How To Build a Microservice Without Losing a Job

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  • Ajoutée 16 oct. 2019
  • Sarcastic talk, sharing real-life experience on both technical and social aspects of doing an architecture migration to microservices without losing a job.
    Any change in software architecture is a significant time investment. Writing microservices in Python is a joy, but when you decide on it, there is often no way back. Therefore it is always an advantage to know what to expect in advance, not just from inspiring blog posts but also from the harsh reality.
    I would like to share typical pitfalls of choosing a framework stack, communication protocol, conventions, and deployment process - all covered by real projects.
    EVENT:
    EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-11 - Shanghai
    SPEAKER:
    Anton Caceres
    PUBLICATION PERMISSIONS:
    Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed).
    ATTRIBUTION CREDITS:
    Original video source: frclip.com/video/uYgla2-mxMc/vidéo.html

Commentaires • 13

  • Mikhail Putilov
    Mikhail Putilov Il y a 6 jours

    Удивлен насколько банальные вещи человек преподнес под соусом "я гуру" и люди оставляют положительные отзывы…

  • Rus Ua
    Rus Ua Il y a mois

    bring the oscar to that guy

  • Illia Karpenkov
    Illia Karpenkov Il y a mois

    По поводу асинхронного общения между сервисами: я думаю автор презентации немного смешал async/await паттерн и message bus. Вопрос по шине данных задали, а ответ про async/await был. Немного недопоняли друг друга ребята.

  • Illia Karpenkov
    Illia Karpenkov Il y a mois +1

    Спасибо Антон, отличное чувство юмора!

  • Karlbooklover
    Karlbooklover Il y a mois

    check out FastAPI

  • Phil Adams
    Phil Adams Il y a mois

    FFS. That last question was good, but that guy had to cut it off. What a dick

  • Stygian
    Stygian Il y a mois +3

    When I was hired to my current job of overhauling, rebuilding and expanding several old VB6 based projects to a new language a micro service solution came up naturally. Even if you start out with a more classic approach and decide to separate parts of the application into different projects/assemblies, implementing a REST API on top after the fact is super easy.
    Everybody working on a client/server based solution should consider splitting up into micro services.

  • trapped cat
    trapped cat Il y a mois

    I only know how to build the loser who is without a microservice job.

  • Nicholas Carson
    Nicholas Carson Il y a mois +7

    as I am wrapping up initial development of my first cloud migration...
    this hit way too close to home.
    Great Talk! I'm going to go read about tracing and loging

  • Najmul Hosain
    Najmul Hosain Il y a mois +2

    it's funny

  • Nevci Academy
    Nevci Academy Il y a mois

    Is it conferences only?

  • moofymoo
    moofymoo Il y a mois +24

    instructions unclear, I got hired by local burger joint.