Ops-friendly microservices: Front to back
There's more to microservices than just being small. Modern service-oriented architectures typically reside in more volatile environments, and the lifespan of a single service instance is much shorter than it used to be. Rick Fast explores how to design services and their infrastructure to allow for dynamic placement, resiliency, monitoring, and discovery.
|Talk Title||Ops-friendly microservices: Front to back|
|Conf Tag||Build resilient systems at scale|
|Location||Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|Date||November 7-9, 2016|
Using repeatable/shareable environments built with Docker Compose, Rick Fast demonstrates examples of how to build ops-friendly microservices and the environments they live in, discussing differing options for microservice architectures without being opinionated about specific technologies. Rick offers a high-level overview of basic concerns before deep diving into each. Each section includes runnable code examples using local infrastructure. Outline: Building the chassis Service discovery Logging Monitoring Resiliency Building + delivering microservices (with Docker)