Why You Should Consider Dynamics 365 Monolithic Architecture Paradigms and Challenges

There’s a hidden pattern that Microsoft has been promoting for many years with Dynamics. It’s the notorious monolith pattern. Most applications that start off as one thing and then grow to become another typically begin as monoliths and that’s perfectly fine. It’s when those applications take on a life of their own and become much more than we expected that can run into a host of…

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Stephan Smith
Stephan is an ex-Microsoft delivery architect for Microsoft Consulting Service (MCS). During his time at Microsoft, he created business solutions using Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM, Office 365 and Azure. He has 20 years of software development experience, 16 years of consulting experience and 7 years of enterprise project experience. He's worked with some of Microsoft's largest fortune 500 customers. As a delivery architect, he lead the software development teams that built large-scale enterprise CRM solutions. He was also a member of the interviewing team that would screen candidates applying to work for Microsoft.

Author: Stephan Smith

Stephan is an ex-Microsoft delivery architect for Microsoft Consulting Service (MCS). During his time at Microsoft, he created business solutions using Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM, Office 365 and Azure. He has 20 years of software development experience, 16 years of consulting experience and 7 years of enterprise project experience. He's worked with some of Microsoft's largest fortune 500 customers. As a delivery architect, he lead the software development teams that built large-scale enterprise CRM solutions. He was also a member of the interviewing team that would screen candidates applying to work for Microsoft.

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