T-Mobile Success Story of Migrating Monolithic Application to Spring Cloud Services

September 29, 2018
Retail Services Platform (RSP) is an application built on SOA based architecture and services on an average 60-70 million transaction per day for business critical functions like retail, care, self-care in T-MOBILE. The Application contains 400+ SOAP operations and interacts 50+ SORs and 30+ batch process for 5-10 million records every day. Past Pain Points: Scalability, Maintainability, Backpressure, Time to Market, Monitoring Migration Strategy: Design, Build Cloud Native Apps with 12 factor principle and leverage Pivotal Cloud Foundry. Build a framework to split existing 1 monolithic app to ~60-70 apps and containerize using CXF framework without impacting existing service consumers Benefits: Cloud Native APP Containers and deployable on any cloud platform. Fail Fast, Always read values from Config server, Audit log using code CI/CD pipeline, Test Automation, Telemetry, Availability, Time to market, Application Resilient and better response times. Speakers: Linga Reddy Boddam Principal Engineer, T-Mobile Ramesh Majj Sr Engineer, T-Mobile Ravi Prativadi Manager, Software Development, T-Mobile Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2018
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