Microservice Plumbing


If you implement a microservice architecture correctly, you will end up with a proliferation of different microservices; with multiple instances of each one for redundancy. Find out how you to get microservices to automatically discover each other, share a configuration with real-time updates. See how to eliminate server management altogether with "serverless" microservice frameworks.

Language: English

Level: Intermediate

Glynn Bird

Developer Advocate -- IBM

Glynn Bird worked in the steel industry researching and developing control and instrumentation systems before becoming a web developer, creating CRM systems, search technology, automated-telephony and mobile apps for an internet business directory. Glynn is currently a Developer Advocate for IBM's Cloud Data Services team, with expertise in databases, microservices and cloud technology.

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