The Strangler Fig Pattern is probably the most well-known approach when it comes to replacing a legacy system – for example with a new architecture. In this episode, Lisa Maria Moritz and Eberhard Wolff take a closer look at the Strangler Fig Pattern. They talk in detail about how it can be used in concrete terms and what absolutely needs to be considered.
In this issue of software-architektur.tv, participants will also learn what the namesake of this pattern is all about: the strangler fig.
The talk is available as a live stream here and on YouTube at the usual time:
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Lisa Moritz is creating sketchnotes again this week, which will be featured on the main stream.
Broadcast date, broadcast locations, interaction
The charisma finds on Friday, January 27, 2023 at 12 p.m (CET) live, the episode will be available as a recording afterwards. During the live stream, questions can be asked via Twitch or YouTube chat, per Twitter an @ewolff or submit anonymously using the form on the videocast website.
software-architektur.tv is a videocast by Eberhard Wolff, blogger and podcaster heise Developer and well-known software architect in the service of the IT consulting company INNOQ. Since June 2020, more than 100 episodes have been created that highlight different areas of software architecture – sometimes with guests, sometimes with Wolff alone. Binds for two years now heise Developer streamed the new episodes via YouTube in the online channel so that viewers from Heise Medien can follow the videocast.
More information about the episode can be found on the videocast website.
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