Microservices with Rafi Schloming
Software Engineering Daily,
Originally posted on Software Engineering Daily
Microservices are a widely adopted pattern for breaking an application up into pieces that can be well-understood by the individual teams within the company. Microservices also allow these individual pieces to be scaled independently and updated in isolation.
Past Software Engineering Daily episodes have covered the microservice architectures of Twitter, Netflix, Google, Uber and other companies. In today’s episode, I sit down with Rafael Schloming, who is building tools for microservices at Datawire.
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