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Microservices are great and will make everything in IT orders of magnitude better! Probably. Hopefully. Eventually. If we only fix this service discovery thing... Microservices is today beyond a hype and has almost reached a sovereign position as the ultimate architecture style if ever there was one. But how is it to live with it in the real world? This talk is a story of how Klarna went from a single monolith system to a distributed system where 30+ teams can work and thrive together in mutual respect and harmony (well, at least that’s the goal).
Doing microservices is hard and puts high demands on your developers and the level of devops maturity. This talk will share some hard earned learnings that can hopefully benefit you and your company on your path to distributed bliss. This will include technical aspects but also issues related to product requirements, expectation management towards stakeholders and how to setup internal processes to promote distribution."
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Microservices @Klarna, scaling to 300 engineers and beyond
Software architect at Klarna HQ in Stockholm. Been working with web facing software for close to 20 years and tried almost every flavour of language and methodology doing so.