Issue #25 | May 6, 2016
The dark side of microservices: What can possibly go wrong?
This is part one of a two-part series. This first part covers the background and rationale behind the decision to explore microservices and in the second part, we cover the specifics of tools, technologies and code to make it happen.
In this post, author shows you how some of the hardest operational problems in microservices—staging and canarying of deep services—can be solved by introducing the notion of routing to the RPC layer.
Breakout Session: My microservices are not all stateless.
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Last week, Confluent hosted Kafka Summit, the first ever conference to focus on Apache Kafka and stream processing. This article is overview of presented topics on conference.
What Is Dropwizard? Dropwizard provided the inspiration for spring boot. It is not a framework, but a collection of best-of-breed libraries and provides: …out-of-the-box support for sophisticated configuration, application metrics, logging, operational tools, and much more…
If you get your API wrong the first time around, it is really expensive to fix it. Read this article to learn how to avoid obstacles down the road.
A Distributed Trace view for all of your transactions with error details.
Ben Stopford looks at the implications of mixing toolsets from the stream processing world into real-time business applications: how to effectively handle infinite streams, how to leverage a high throughput, persistent Log and deploy dynamic, fault tolerant, and streaming services.
Automating the Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Containerized Microservices
"In this talk we look at microservice pipeline architecture and take a deep look inside the content pipeline powering BBC Newsbeat. We examine the architecture, tools and processes that make this effective, the benefits, and our solutions to all the new challenges microservices can bring in practice.
Keynote about microservices, devops and continuous development given by Josh Long.
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