21 - Microservices, with Sam Newman
Are microservices all hype, or the best choice for delivering software? Kyle Chapman talks to Sam Newman about architectural thought, the importance of experimentation, and some classic technology patterns.
Sam Newman literally wrote the book on microservices, and is an independent technology consultant with a special interest in microservices and continuous delivery.
As mentioned in the episode, we’re giving away a few free copies of Sam’s book – contest entries go to firstname.lastname@example.org, closing Tue 21st Dec.
NOTE: Because of the Christmas break there will be no episode on Tue 21st Dec 2021. The next episode will go out on Tue 4th Jan 2022.
Our theme tune is “For The Miles” by Richard Murray.
Links mentioned: Martin Falck, Landscape.cncf.io, Kelsey Hightower, Bridget Kromhout, Angie Jones, Martin Fowler, Sarah Wells, Daniel Bryan, Learning.oreilly.com, David Parnas: On the Criteria To Be Used in Decomposing Systems into Modules, Team Topologies, by Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais, Frank Buschmann, Gregor Hohpe
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