Reducing risk in a gaugeable way – Measuring Microservices
By Agata Surgot

nearForm co-founder and chief technical officer (CTO) Richard Rodger spoke at last week’s inaugural Microservices Dublin meetup on the subject of ‘Measuring Microservices’.

Microservices architecture provides the first scalable, effective component model for software systems. But, as the number of microservices and the messages and interactions between them grow, how do you keep control? In this talk, Richard discusses measuring what counts and the techniques of measuring microservices that are found to be most effective. In other words, how do we reduce risk in a measurable way?

Couldn’t make it on the night? Richard’s ‘Measuring Microservices’ presentation is available below.

If you enjoyed Richard’s talk and want to see it again, the slides from the night are available here.

Measuring Microservices

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