Dasith Wijesiriwardena

Information & Communications Technology

Software Design Software Development Software Architecture .net core Event Sourcing Domain Driven Design

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

A game of snake and ladders called Microservices

Microservices aren’t new but the last few years have certainly seen a lot of successful implementations of the pattern. The promise of high scalability has attracted engineering teams to it like moths to a flame. There are plethora of benefits but they are accompanied by an ever growing set of technical and nontechnical pitfalls. As the shininess of microservices gradually decline, there are important lessons to learn from our scars. We will look at why microservices implementation fail, How to avoid the pitfalls and most importantly whether you need to ditch your trusty monolith after all.


Dasith Wijesiriwardena

Senior Consultant - Telstra Purple

Dasith is a solutions architect, full stack .NET developer with distributed systems focus, keen problem solver and an improving cricketer. He's got close to 2 decades of experience designing and building software solutions and loves all things technology. After leading the development of an ERP solution for the construction industry and working on trade printing software for a while he now works as a consultant for Telstra Purple (Readify) working with clients of all sizes. As a consultant over the last few years he's worked on a broad technology stack which consists of all things from Serverless to IoT. He is a recovering competitive fps gamer who still talks about things like mouse sensitivity and ping over a frothy beverage.

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