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This past month, DZone readers were all about tutorials. Today, we're bringing the best of them together to help you learn about building microservices on Kubernetes, monitoring and latency, load testing, and more. Let's get right to it!
Trending Microservices Articles on DZone
Microservices on Kubernetes, by Samir Behara. Learn how to get started with microservices on Kubernetes, including automating your environment setup and building a CI/CD pipeline.
Measuring Microservice Latency With HTTPing, by Mitch Dresdner. Learn how to use ping over HTTP to measure microservice latency in order to manage it.
Setting Up the ELK Stack With Spring Boot Microservices, by Joydip Kumar. Learn about the ELK monitoring and logging stack and how to collate logs for multiple microservices in one location.
Data Consistency in Microservices Architecture, by Grygoriy Gonchar. Learn techniques to help with the challenging task of making data between microservices eventually consistent.
Java vs. Go Microservices — Load Test With Multiple Users, by Ivan Nikitsenka. Learning about performance differences between microservices written in Java and Go will help you plan the language you choose when building your own.
- The Impact of Microservice Architecture on Load Testing, by Nabeha Fedali. See how the structure of microservice architecture and their communication affects the way we need to run load testing.
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