In an online class the other day, one of the students expressed outrage that we suggested that the monolithic architecture style–functionality deployed as a single unit with a coupled relational database–was still viable. We preceded to list off several different (good) reasons why a 21st century software architect might choose a monolithic architecture.

Join us on Friday, July 31st 2020 at 9:30 AM ET for a FREE question-and-answer session, Foundations Fridays Forum, to answer this question and many others. We’ll describe the two prevalent monolithic architecture styles and what tradeoffs–bad and good–exist in this commonest architecture style. How many good reasons can you think of? Join and let us know.

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