Best Practices Guide

Monolith Breakup: Stateful Services

Moving From a Monolithic System to a Set of Services Is a Common Architectural Transition

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The guide provides tips on how to succeed in this type of migration by having a clear plan for moving through the transitional phase where you are keeping multiple data stores in sync and then executing on that plan.

Extracting stateful services from a monolith can be difficult. Monoliths tend to use a single shared datastore to manage information for all the functional areas within the monolith. In this best practices guide, we will explore how to extract a service that is backed by a persistent state and initially lives in a monolithic shared data store.

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