PayPal's History of Microservices Architecture

Matt Cole


Senior Integration Engineer

PayPal has evolved from using a monolithic architecture to a microservices-oriented architecture in order to scale the rapidly growing company. In this talk, We will take a look at how PayPal was architected in the past, some of the issues that we ran into with a monolithic architecture, and how PayPal evolved over time to create a more robust and scalable approach to service deployment by leveraging Postman and implementing a microservices architecture.

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