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Incomplete guide to build non-working microservices platform

The talk will walk through typical mistakes of (micro)service platform design. We will speculate about possible reasons why these mistakes are so common and how to fix them or avoid them completely.

Key Takeaways:
  • In-house platforms should be at least on par with platforms available on the market.
  • Good “narrow” abstractions are the platform's friends.
  • Constantly fight against manual actions imposed by the platform.
  • The microservice' definitions should fully reside in the source repo.
  • One can measure the quality of the platform.
  • Difficulty Advanced
  • Speech type Standard 40min

Vladimir Sapronov
Principal Software Engineer at Amwell, USA
Vladimir is a veteran of software engineering and has 20 years of hands-on experience under his belt. For the last 6 years, Vladimir has been busy building microservice platforms for companies going through the tough transition period of decomposing monoliths and adopting multiple (micro)service approaches.
Participation is necessary
But closed. Sold out already. See you next year.

Speakers / Agenda

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