Service discovery and configuration provisioning


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The talk was an eye opener for me - I realized the number of problems I can solve in my code using configuration tools like consul. I found at least 3 aspects of the systems I develop and maintain that I can improve using the presented tools and techniques. I'd just like to suggest using a larger font size for the code examples to make them more readable.

The food services example with the phpbenelux fries was very entertaining!

Anonymous at 18:42 on 30 Jan 2016

Really interesting talk. I agree with author of previous post. Small language mistakes, but who cares about it ;) You should be a little bit more relaxed on stage.

Peter Nijssen at 22:48 on 30 Jan 2016

Very nice talk. Enjoyed listening to it and its great to see how you can solve a config problem from a different perspective.

Great talk. I wasn't sure what to expect from the talk based on the title. I got surprised in a very positive way, just like for Mihail it was an eye opener for me. I'm definitely going to try the techniques you presented. Very nice examples of usage, especially how you can slowly migrate between solutions with changing configs in real time. Amazing. Pozdrawiam!

Yosh de Vos at 12:56 on 31 Jan 2016

Finally some real life implementation examples of Consul in PHP. It gives me a better understanding how and when to use it.

Toon Verwerft at 14:03 on 31 Jan 2016

Pretty good talk. Maybe you could focus less on all the possible Consul options and go a bit deeper in the alternative tools.
The readability of the slides could be better.

Tom Cannaerts at 20:58 on 31 Jan 2016

Although I don't believe consul is the holy grail, this talk did provide me with some very interesting concepts.

Peter Slagter at 12:18 on 1 Feb 2016

I liked getting an overview of systems that I don't regularly use. Sometimes it was hard to follow, as Mariusz tended to whisper or talk under his breath. Thanks for the talk!

Martin V at 12:45 on 1 Feb 2016

This is completely new approach for managing configuration for me and I need to try at least one of these solutions! I can imagine that feature flagging and controlling all aspects of website features may be extremely useful. Probably the most interesting think for me was deployment of new features, where you can define how many users have access to this.

Bigger font in code examples please :)

Some of the techniques shown were real eye openers for me, especially how you can slowly migrate between solutions with changing configs in real time. For others, i'm not convinced, but then i don't do a whole lot of 'ops' things.

Would have liked it better if there was slightly less focus on consul and more on the concept itself.

All in all, good talk.