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A new project with a microservices architecture, RESTful interfaces, devops, Docker containers, ETL tools and polyglot data storage - and of course all deployed to the cloud. Have we been sucked in by the hype, or is this a brilliant way of writing software?
Looking back with the benefit of hindsight, we review the reasons for our decisions, the mistakes we made and the lessons we learnt about implementing and deploying microservices.
Topics We Hope To Cover - Reasons for using microservices - Service decomposition - Microservice isolation in the cloud - Implementing security - Deployment without insanity - Introducing microservices to a different team - Operating and maintaining the architecture"
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Making Mistakes (and Triumphs) with Microservices - Stories From A Real Microservices Project
Rob’s interests in computing are wide and varied, having been involved in programming everything from assembly language on embedded processors through to web stack.
Peter started as a C programmer back in the late 1980s and is a software & data architect, developer, trainer and interim manager. Since 2003 he has worked as a consultant with a range of organisations ranging from large multinationals to small startups.