In this video course, software architecture veteran Matt Stine describes the history of pattern languages and shows how they help us communicate about software architectures. He introduces a pattern language specifically well suited for cloud architecture–the Brick and Mortar Pattern Language–and examines the three metaphors that influenced its creation: the LEGO® Building System, interchangeable parts, and cellular organic systems.
- Discover what a pattern language is and its usefulness in designing cloud native architecture
- Learn about Brick and Mortar Pattern Language
- Master the underlying metaphors essential to understanding Brick and Mortar patterns
Matt Stine, a 17-year veteran of the enterprise software industry, is the host of "Software Architecture Radio," a podcast where hands-on practitioners discuss modern software patterns and practices. An in-demand conference speaker (SACON, JavaOne, OSCON, YOW!), Matt wrote the O'Reilly title Migrating to Cloud-Native Application Architectures; works as a technical product manager for Cloud Foundry and Spring at Pivotal; and serves as technical editor of NFJS the Magazine.
Table of contents
- Getting Started with the Brick and Mortar Pattern Language for Cloud Native Architecture
- What is a Pattern Language?
- Unifying Metaphors, Part 1: The LEGO Building System
- Unifying Metaphors, Part 2: Interchangeable Parts
- Unifying Metaphors, Part 3: Cellular Organic Systems
- The Brick and Mortar Pattern Language for Cloud Native Architecture: A Summary
- Title: Introduction to Cloud Native Architecture Patterns
- Release date: April 2017
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 9781491989265
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