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November 28., 2018 - #157

The Microservice Weekly

When not to use Microservices

This post discusses the application of microservices, what are some of their downsides, and situations in which case their use should be re-considered very carefully.
CHARLES FÉVAL

Microservices - Managing the flow of data

In a Microservice architecture and an API economy, it seems to becomes less about getting your data to the right place (a data lake) and more about where to get the data as it flows through the system.
JAMES WADE

[ebook] Designing Distributed Systems

Without established design patterns to guide them, developers have had to build distributed systems from scratch, and most of these systems are very unique indeed.
BRENDAN BURNS

How to Implement Tracing in a Modern Distributed Application

This article explains, why tracing is a very useful thing and how you can benefit from using it in your projects.
COSSACK LABS

Overview of Microsoft Microservice Strategy

Mark Russinovich, Chief Technology Officer of Azure, gives an overview of Microsoft Microservice strategy at the Cloud Networking Meetup 2018 event hosted by Microsoft.
MARK RUSSINOVICH

Monolith to Microservices: 6 Signs Your Service is a Jenga Tower

“I’d really like to make this change, but I’m afraid to, because I have no idea how that will affect the rest of the system.”
PATRICK LEE SCOTT

Case Study: Serving Millions of Users in Real-Time with Node.js & Microservices

In this article we share the story of how we fixed a nasty bottleneck in one of our clients' large-scale Microservices infrastructure. As the result of our work, the product became able to serve 1000s of requests per second.
MATE HUSZARIK AND PETER CZIBIK





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