There is no single approach to building microservices; while a number of common aspirations, goals and techniques have been recognised across different initiatives, the variation in approach is substantial. Having worked on a number of microservices implementations, we have recognised recurring patterns and challenges; these we have distilled into a set of pragmatic questions and concerns that developers might face in a similar context. In this talk we discuss the practical aspects of these questions, illustrated with examples from our work.
Target Audience: Architects & Developers who have just started or want to start with Microservices
Prerequisites: Experience in developing software in the last 10 years
You will learn:
Attendees will leave with a greater sense of what is and isn't important to consider when designing and developing using a Microservices architecture. The advice and guidance the talk provides is firmly rooted in pragmatism and real-world experiences.