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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Rated 5

Tom Adam at 10:12 on 7 Dec 2018

Excellent talk, well presented.

Rated 5

Jerzy Zawadzki at 10:14 on 7 Dec 2018

Great!

Great and interesting talk. As you said in introduction, Failure is part of our developer journey and it's good to hear what we can learn out of it. Thanks again

Rated 5

Antonio Peric at 10:44 on 7 Dec 2018

Very good talk about personal experiences with microservices. Pointing to pros/cons in a very direct way.

Rated 5

sprain at 11:12 on 7 Dec 2018

This is why you go to conferences. Thanks for the insights and experiences!

Excellent talk!

Rated 5

Pedro Ribeiro at 22:29 on 7 Dec 2018

I appreciate the experience shared by the speaker.

Rated 3

Johan Vervloet at 09:57 on 8 Dec 2018

Learning from someone elses errors and experience is always worth hearing.

Rated 5

Bruno Paz at 09:58 on 8 Dec 2018

One of the best talks of the conference.
Based on a real use case, Anthony provided lots of great insights and learnings about the do's and dont's of working with a Microservices based architecture.

Worth watching for anyone that is working or pretends to work with Microservices.

Rated 5

Yannick at 12:32 on 8 Dec 2018

Well presented and informative talk. We should have more talks which show where projects failed and how we can learn from those failures.

Rated 5

Robert Podwika at 19:05 on 8 Dec 2018

This was the best talk in the conference. A real life example with all the mistakes made and lessons learnt. I really enjoyed this talk. I'm following the topic and I haven't seen such a detailed explanation of the problems. We'll be moving quite soon into microservices architecture with kubernetes but we're affraid of that and we'll definitely consider your suggested approach with "big service" in the begining. Thank you for sharing that knowledge.

Great real live problems with microservices explained. Really like the talks where presenter speak about real problems from own experience and suggest how stuff can be done better!

Good talk! It can be said enough that microservices aren't the end all be all.

Well presented, and nice clear use case.