Part 2. Running microservices

For the most part, software is written by people in organizations. People and organizational context greatly impact the success of your project. This part of the book is all about using the engineering advantages of the microservice architecture to overcome some of the challenges that this context brings. Once again, there’s no silver bullet, but you can implement a strategy of focusing on delivering features that matter to the business by using the tactics covered here:

  • Chapter 6 connects business goals to your code. You need to build a system that’s sufficiently reliable but no more so than necessary, and you need to demonstrate that you’re meeting business goals. This chapter covers what to measure and how ...

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