Surviving partial failure in a microservices jungle

In this tutorial, discover the three main strategies for dealing with partial failures in distributed systems: using idempotent service interfaces; placing service boundaries between optional or less-critical functionality; and recombining services.

By Jon Moore
January 26, 2016
Orion parachute test Orion parachute test (source: NASA via Wikimedia Commons)

Editor’s note: This video was originally recorded in March 2015 at the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference.

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Post topics: Software Architecture