A sidecar for your service mesh

Issue #85 | Aug 16, 2018


A sidecar for your service mesh

A service mesh is a dedicated infrastructure layer for handling service-to-service communication and global cross-cutting of concerns to make these communications more reliable, secure, observable and manageable.

Service Discovery on AWS

Enabling discovery for Spring Cloud on AWS ECS.

Advanced Traffic-shadowing Patterns for Microservices With Istio Service Mesh

The problem with shadowing traffic.

Health Checks and Graceful Degradation in Distributed Systems

Health checks must be as simple as possible.

Sagas - Compensate for failures in a composable way

Saga is useful tool when interacting with multiple API’s which are crossing an asynchronous boundary and might not offer transactional guarantees.

Deconstructing Monoliths with Domain-driven Design

This talk explains how Liberty Mutual changed a monolithic app into an event-driven microservices based architecture implemented with Event Sourcing and CQRS.

DC/OS with HashiCorp's Vault - Part 1 of 3

Secure Credential Management on a Budget.

Goodbye Microservices

From 100s of problem children to 1 superstar.

Cloud-native architecture with serverless microservices

Google Cloud Platform customer Smart Parking gives us their take on event-driven architecture using serverless microservices on GCP.

User Authentication with Keycloak

Part 1: React front-end.

Should that be a Microservice? Part 5: Failure Isolation

The Anatomy of a Circuit Breaker.


What is the proper way to synchronize data across microservices?



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