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June 27., 2019 - #166

The Microservice Weekly
by RisingStack

High Level & Opinion:

Forget Monoliths vs. Microservices. Cognitive Load is What Matters

The "monoliths versus microservices" debate often focuses on technological aspects, ignoring strategy and team dynamics. But instead of starting with technology, smart-thinking organizations are beginning with the team's cognitive load as the guiding principle for the effective delivery and operation of modern software systems. 
MATTHEW SKELTON & MANUEL PAIS

Kubernetes  -  What Is It, What Problems Does It Solve and How Does It Compare With Alternatives?

You have an application with hundreds of microservices, and they need to efficiently and reliably communicate with each other. Kubernetes can take care of that.
SRIKANTH KORAVENI

Anti-Patterns of Microservices

This essay will explain some of the history for designing software using microservices, dive into the anti-patterns explaining why and how things can go wrong, and then discuss when and where microservices are a good fit.
BISHR TABBAA

Things about Microservices You Will Find Out the Hard Way

Regardless of the traction that microservices architectures have, there are technical areas and essential matters that you should take into consideration before developing in a microservices structure.
CHRISTOS SOTIRIOU

Beginner’s Guide to Microservices: Explaining it to a 5 Year Old

Real World Analogy to Understand Microservices, Cloning & Monoliths - in case you need to educate someone who's new to the Microservices scene.
SIDHARTH MALHOTRA

Technical Tutorials:

Microservices Observability with Distributed Tracing

In this article we set up a complete Tracing Pipeline for observing two Node.js microservices running in a Docker environment. The core principles are platform-agnostic and applicable to other environments like heterogeneous services on Kubernetes.
UZZIAH EYEE

Distributed Tracing in Micoservices using Zipkin, Sleuth and ELK Stack

There are some helpful open-source tools that can be used for distributed tracing, when creating microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud frameworks. This post walks through the installation steps and implementations of these tools.
SOHAN GANAPATHY

How to Design a Reliable Microservice

To minimize the impact of partial outages we need to build fault tolerant services that can gracefully respond to certain types of outages.
JUSTIN MILLER

Designing Microservices with Service Fabric: The Role of Gateway Service and Best Practices

This article is focusing on the importance of using a gateway service and the best practices, when designing Microservices with Service Fabric.
ASHAN FERNANDO





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