Microservices are the latest architectural trend to take the PHP community by storm. Is it a good pattern? How can you use it effectively? In this talk, we'll explore real world experience building out a large scale application based around microservices - what worked really well, what didn't work at all, and what we learned along the way. Spoiler alert - we got a lot wrong.


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Christophe at 11:29 on 22 Feb 2019

Very good

Dominik Zogg at 11:57 on 22 Feb 2019

Was a pleasure to see a talk like this. No advertisement talk. Bases on good explained experience

Loved the talk, really interesting to hear the prosess and the evaluations. And the “someone else’s problem” is so true...

Erik Bogaerts at 13:16 on 22 Feb 2019

It would have been better suited in an Apache Mesos conference. No PHP content in this talk.

A very strong talk, Anthony is always very knowledgeable, and this was no exception! Certainly took away some ideas that I need to investigate more, thanks!

Wim Godden at 15:17 on 22 Feb 2019

Nice approach, no code required to apply the lessons learned. As always, very nice presentation style.

Awesome and thoughtful talk. For sure the best talk of whole event. Full of knowledge and hands-on experiences.

Thanks phpuk for bringing this talk.

Donald Tyler at 18:54 on 22 Feb 2019

I liked the talk and did get some good value out of it, but I didn't feel that the topic focused enough on what went wrong. There was a good amount of the talk speaking about how the system was architected without any reference to what was wrong about it.

The speaker had great charisma and spoke very well.

Alex Youngs at 11:11 on 23 Feb 2019

Anthony gave an extremely insightful and useful talk on his learnings creating a microservice led environment - absolutely one of my favourite talks of the conference. The style of presentation was great with lots of detailed examples and the technical knowledge behind it all was superb. An hour extremely well spent!

Peter Fox at 23:20 on 24 Feb 2019

Had some interesting insights but it did leave me a bit disappointed for a PHP talk. I was hoping it would focus more on the challenges of making the application work in a microservices environment rather than setting up the infrastructure.

It felt like the talk was a bit out of date as some of the advice was simply based on technologies that didn't exist at the time which would be easy to implement now using Kubernetes.

Otherwise well presented and spoken that kept the talk interesting.