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The talk will cover how a microservices approach enables a “don’t standardise” option that embraces a full stack approach, how an application is broken up into microservice pipelines to support important features, and why it was so attractive to using Node as a foundation for application and platform services. Taking the gloves off, Russ and Gawain will talk about the many pain points that were overcome, including testing in a world full of changeable microservices...
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Why Microservices need a Full Stack
Russ Miles is CEO of ChaosIQ.io, makers of the Chaos Toolkit that is a free open source toolkit for getting started with Chaos Engineering. He is author of Antifragile Software: Building Adaptable Software with Microservices and Head First Software Development, and provides a mix of engaging conceptual theory and practical exercises as an international speaker on techniques for helping software adapt to the ever-present force of change.