A hand-curated weekly newsletter with the best articles on microservices.
via Dave Kerr
Microservice madness’ goes something like this: Netflix are great at devops. Netfix do microservices. Therefore: If I do microservices, I am great at devops.
via ANDRÉ SCHAFFER
Anyone who has ever done manual testing knows that it’s slow, boring and error-prone. By writing automated tests we are trying to remove — or at the very least improve — on these pain points.
via JAKE LUMETTA
Interviews with dozens of CTOs illuminated the key considerations when deciding whether to start with a monolith or microservices.
via PATRICK LEE SCOTT
The following tools when combined have the potential to greatly increase the speed in which you develop services, the speed in which you deploy them, and the ease of running them in any environment.
While these statistics are based off of a specific group of Red Hat customers, these findings give a good sense of the overall attitude toward microservices adoption and implementation.
via ASTASIA MYERS
Below we’ve complied our thoughts on 2018 microservices trends: service meshes, event-driven architectures, container-native security, GraphQL, and chaos engineering.
via ELLIOT FORBES
The one underlying theme that seems to come across from evangelicals of these newer architecture styles is that the world is black and white. If you are going to leverage a microservice architecture, everything has to follow this architecture style.