Docker, Kubernetes, event bus, microservices, API gateway… So many unknown words and more important, unknown architecture. I’ve written a lot of microservices and found some best practices to develop scalable and maintainable apps. This is the definitive guide for building the Node microservices.

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Rated 3

Samuele Lilli at 01:08 on 11 May 2018

Too long introduction and some concepts were confused. Some others were taken for granted (at least I had this feeling) when less introduction and more time on these could have been spent.

A nice overview to micro services with node.js. A definitive guide in 30 minutes - maybe not. :-) I enjoyed it nevertheless!

Rated 5

niccord at 15:29 on 15 May 2018

i found it very interesting and inspiring!

Rated 3

M_a_s_s_i at 19:14 on 15 May 2018

The talk was good as an introduction on the topic, but it did not explain well enough the rationale of some of the choices.
Particularly picking Kafka as a broker... it's not that Kafka is "bad", quite the opposite, but for a *lot* of projects and teams it can definitely be the wrong choice.
One has to know what he is doing, and the talk gave [mostly] good advice but did not explain where they came from.