Production Comes First - An Outside-In Approach to Building Microservices

The software world is moving towards multiple interconnected applications that service our customer needs, but this makes development so much harder. Now we need to think about how were interact we other systems that we don't necessarily own.

In this talk, I'll introduce outside-in testing. We'll also talk about how we can use Observability techniques in our local development to build applications that are easier to debug locally and are built to be run in production as a first class citizen


Speaker

Martin Thwaites

Developer & Developer Advocate @Honeycomb.io, Observability Activist

Martin is an Observability Evangelist, Developer, and a Developer Advocate at honeycomb.io. He’s one of the contributors to OpenTelemetry’s .NET libraries and has been working in the Observability space for the last 7 years of his 20 year engineer career. He's worked for some big UK names building large scale systems and scaling teams.

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Date

Tuesday Apr 9 / 05:05PM BST ( 50 minutes )

Location

Churchill (Ground Fl.)

Topics

testing Microservices Observability

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