Problems implementing micro services on immature organizations

  • Different teams create different micro services that do the same thing— “I need a new micro service and I’ll create my own”;
  • Micro services are not reused;
  • New micro services are not properly communicated between teams;
  • Teams don’t know how to deal with versions;
  • People don’t understand that legacy specific data must be cut;
  • People don’t adhere the mindset of isolating legacy;
  • Different teams don’t communicate with each other;
  • Politics overcomes what’s really important;
  • Projects have short time, teams are overloaded, unsatisfied and tired;
  • Quality is compromised;

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