January 30., 2019 - #162

The Microservice Weekly

AWS App Mesh: Amazon’s Own Service Mesh for Microservices

At the re:Invent conference in December 2018, Amazon has launched AWS App Mesh, a managed service mesh platform for ECS, EKS, and Fargate.

Open Microservice Guide

It's important to understand that this guide is to be used as a blueprint to build microservices. It can be applied to various technologies like Docker, Rocket, Spring Boot, Go kit, etc. It's on the developer to decide on the underlying infrastructure.

Can Alibaba and Didi’s Favorite Microservices Perfectly Integrate with Blockchain?

Why are these famous companies beginning to renounce monolithic architecture by choosing to use microservices instead? How can the blockchain be integrated with microservices?

Developing Microservices with Behavior Driven Development and Interface Oriented Design

Designing microservices with BDD concentrates on the semantics of the operations and not the underlying syntax of the implementation. Following the IOD guideline that services are responsible for performing their operation and notifying someone (consumers or a logger) of issues, helps to delineate the responsibilities for reaction to failures.

Building Fault-Tolerant MicroServices using Netflix’s Hystrix

According to Netflix “ Hystrix is a latency and fault tolerance library designed to isolate points of access to remote systems, services, and 3rd party libraries, stop cascading failure and enable resilience in complex distributed systems where failure is inevitable.”

Docker and Kubernetes in high security environments

A case-study from the Swedish Police focusing on containerized application isolation.

7.5 tips to help you ace the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam

Kubernetes is one of the hottest microservices technologies at the moment and showing off your skills is only going to boost the chances of recruiters and potential employers taking notice of your CV.

Creating a Docker Container Cluster with Container Service

Alibaba Cloud's Container Service offers multiple application release methods, including continuous integration, and also supports a microservices architecture.

5 Microservices Trends to Watch in 2019

1) test automation, 2) Continuous Deployment/Verification (CD/CV), 3) incident response, 4) Cloud Service Expense Management (CSEM), and 5) Kubernetes extending to Machine Learning (ML).

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