Track and trace in a microservices landscape
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Back-end • May 2021
Track and trace in a microservices landscape
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Language
English
Level
Intermediate
Length
32 minutes
Type
online conference
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Track and trace in a microservices landscape
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At Kramp, we run a big business-to-business e-commerce solution (kramp.com) that is build upon a set of custom domain-oriented microservices. With such an architecture, functionality available to the frontend is typically decomposed into operations on one or more services. Troubleshooting an issue, in particular when visible to the end-user, can be a difficult task which requires the understanding of the roles and data of each component and operation involved. In this talk, I will present a simple but effective solution that supports this problem solving task.
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Ernest Micklei
IT ArchitectTCCF bv | Kramp Hub
Ernest Micklei holds the position of IT Architect at kramphub.com and has 25+ years of experience in Software Design, Development and Architecture. At kramphub.com, member of the kramp holding the largest b2b-commerce company of the Netherlands, he is responsible for the design and architecture of the services platform and is interested in Cost Awareness in the context of the Google Cloud Platform. Despite having an architect role, he occasionally finds time to code in Go. His contributions to the open-source community can be found at github.com/emicklei
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Language
English
Level
Intermediate
Length
32 minutes
Type
online conference