Microservices

Microservices are really beneficial if they're aligned with your business stream of value. When you're considering moving to microservices, make sure they're actually addressing the problems that you're having. Take a look at these past QCon San Francisco presentations so you can assess what is the best move for you or your company. At QCon San Francisco 2020 we plan on inviting practitioners to speak about topics related to microservices. Check back soon to see this year's presentations.

Past Presentations

What We Got Wrong: Lessons From the Birth of Microservices

And, this is what happens if you build microservices and focus on computer science, and not focus on velocity. And I think you should understand what you're doing and make sure you focus on the velocity and keeping that checklist sane and reasonable and appropriate for the types of services that...

Ben Sigelman CEO and co-founder @LightStepHQ, Co-creator @OpenTracing API standard
Connecting, Managing, Observing, and Securing Services

So our high-level agenda: What is the problem? What's the shape of the solution? What are some service meshes that are around that you could use today and then we'll talk a little bit about maybe when one might be more appropriate than another. And then we'll do the deep dive into Istio itself...

Zack Butcher Core Contributor @IstioMesh & Founding Engineer @tetrateio. Previously Software Engineer @Google
Beyond Microservices: Streams, State and Scalability

Microservices have been a popular architecture choice for at least 5 years by now. Over these years we've adopted microservices architectures to ever growing set of use-cases and different development and deployment strategies. Lessons were learned and our ability to design, develop, deploy...

Gwen Shapira Software Engineer @Confluent, PMC Member @Kafka, & Committer Apache Sqoop
How to Make Linux Microservice-Aware With Cilium and eBPF

Container runtimes cause Linux to return to its original purpose: to serve applications interacting directly with the kernel. At the same time, the Linux kernel is traditionally difficult to change and its development process is full of myths. A new efficient in-kernel programming language called...

Thomas Graf Founding Member @CiliumProject
Managing Failure Modes in Microservice Architectures

With the right architectural and operational patterns, failures are mitigated, contained and managed, rather than escalating and getting out of control. This talk will explore how to apply some industry standard techniques — including Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, and Systems...

Adrian Cockcroft VP Cloud Architecture Strategy @AWSCloud & Microservices Pioneer
Service Ownership @Slack

As recently as 2017, developers at Slack didn’t carry a pager. They deployed to production over a hundred times a day, and a centralized operations team took the calls in the night. Most pages were not very actionable because they weren’t set up by the dev teams that knew their...

Holly Allen Service Engineering @SlackHQ

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