Microservices architecture in the real world
Once you decide to adopt a microservices architecture, you'll face many more decisions and questions about routing, management, observability, developer experience, and more. Mason Jones shares approaches based on his real-world experiences making the shift to microservices.
|Talk Title||Microservices architecture in the real world|
|Speakers||Mason Jones (Credit Karma)|
|Conference||O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference|
|Conf Tag||Engineering the Future of Software|
|Location||New York, New York|
|Date||February 4-6, 2019|
Over the past two years, Credit Karma has gone from zero to nearly 100 microservices, supporting over 300 engineers while serving our more than 80 million members. Drawing on his experience at Credit Karma, Mason Jones shares approaches based on his real-world experiences making the shift to microservices, covering routing (How does service A find and call service B?), management (How do you handle hundreds of containers?), observability (How do you know what’s going on out there?), and experience (How do your developers deal with these services?), as well as the cultural and organizational impact that you can’t avoid. Join in to explore solutions, pitfalls, and practical examples that have worked in the real world at scale.