We know that a certain type of micro architecture excites a lot of architects, but in the upcoming Foundations Fridays Forum on June 26th, we talk about the Microkernel architecture style (also known as a plug-in architecture). Microkernel shows up everywhere once you understand how the pieces fit together–it is surprisingly versatile, appearing in many commercial and open source tools. It’s also incredibly useful for any system that requires high degrees of customizability. However, when pushed too far, it can exhibit bad behaviors.
For a quick overview of Micro-kernel and the many uses (sometimes surprising) for this often neglected but powerful architectural style, join us on June 26, 2020 at 9:30am ET for the free Q&A based forum on software architecture.