In this article we examine the potential architectural fitness of microservices in the context of Master Data Management (MDM), and the challenges a microservices-based architecture may face when solving problem domains that require compute-intensive tasks, such as the calculation of expected losses on a portfolio of unsecured consumer credit. We will begin by introducing a meta-model for business architecture, and use its elements and their relationships to define both business and problem domains. We will then introduce the Domain-Driven Design approach as a means to apprehend complex business domains, and assist with the creation of technology solutions.
Published in 2017
Date added: 08/25/2017Microservices