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The Service Mesh: What Every Software Engineer Needs to Know about the World's Most Over-Hyped Technology
For all the hype, the service mesh is architecturally pretty straightforward. It’s nothing more than a bunch of userspace proxies, stuck “next” to your services (we’ll talk about what “next” means in a bit), plus a set of management processes. The proxies are referred to as the service mesh’s data plane, and the management processes as its control plane. The data plane intercepts calls between services and “does stuff” with these calls; the control plane coordinates the behavior of the proxies, and provides an API for you, the operator, to manipulate and measure the mesh as a whole.
architecture  containers  microservices  linkerd  servicemesh  istio  kubernetes 
november 2019 by whip_lash
So you want to learn Microservices? - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
Microservices architecture is a never ending story. It took me a couple of years to collect so many resources about microservices. Now sharing the learning resources with you.
architecture  Microservices  devops  engineering 
november 2019 by whip_lash
Serverless Microservice Patterns for AWS - Jeremy Daly
I’ve read a lot of posts that mention serverless microservices, but they often don’t go into much detail. I feel like that can leave people confused and make it harder for them to implement their own solutions. Since I work with serverless microservices all the time, I figured I’d compile a list of design patterns and how to implement them in AWS. I came up with 19 of them, though I’m sure there are plenty more.
architecture  aws  cloud  lambda  serverless  microservices 
june 2019 by whip_lash

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