Learn Microservices With Coding Over Cocktails
If you’re curious to learn more about microservices, then you’ve come to the right place!
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Microservice architectures enable cross-functional teams to build, test, debug, deploy, and upgrade services independently, resulting in quicker deployment and troubleshooting.
And if you’re curious to learn more about microservices, then you’ve come to the right place!
Here at Coding Over Cocktails, we’ve talked to experts on the subject who have shared with us how microservices can be implemented and their findings through years of experience working with businesses, including what works and what doesn’t for a microservices architecture, or if you should be implementing microservices at all.
Check out our episodes on microservices to date below.
Understanding When and When Not to Use Microservices With Rahul Rai
Engineering Manager and Zip Technical Team Lead Rahul Rai talks about the advantages and challenges of implementing a microservices architecture and how organisations can develop a strategy to further maximise the benefits of microservices.
The Evolution of Microservices for Modern Software Development With James Lewis
ThoughtWorks Director and Software Architect James Lewis talks about the dynamic concept and nature of microservices, and how its evolution shaped better standards for modern software development in organisations around the world.
The Fundamentals of Software Architecture and Microservices With Mark Richards
"Fundamentals of Software Architecture" co-author Mark Richards discusses the important concepts behind microservices, breaks down the challenges encountered with their implementation, and qualifies his stance on the non-existence of "best practices" in software architecture.
Microservices Antipatterns and the Things You're Doing Wrong With Chris Richardson
Author of "Microservices Patterns" and Microservices.io creator Chris Richardson talks about the common antipatterns found in microservice architectures and discusses the decision-making process for their adoption.
How to Get Your Microservices Up and Running With Ronnie Mitra
Publicis Sapient Director of Technology and microservices expert Ronnie Mitra joins us in this episode to give some practical advice on how to get your microservice architecture up and running.
Why Microservices Should Be Your Last Resort With Sam Newman
Are microservices really the solution that could help make your teams more autonomous and speed up your delivery to the market? Microservices author and thought leader Sam Newman answers this, and talks about what you need to consider before you do your migration (if a migration is even necessary).
Building Event-Driven Microservices With Adam Bellemare
Event-driven architectures are known to improve agility and scalability in systems while offering a great advantage when used with microservices. In this episode, we take a deeper dive into event-driven microservices with Confluent Staff Technologist Adam Bellemare, who discusses the concepts, patterns, and workflows behind event-driven architectures in a microservices setting.
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