Continuous Lifecycle: Making a big noise about microservices

And how to avoid alert fatigue...

Continuous Lifecycle London 2016 logo

They may be small, but microservices are having a real impact on the way real world organisations are developing, deploying and maintaining their software.

That’s why we’ve got thought leaders and real world users discussing the impact of microservices architectures at Continuous Lifecycle London from May 3 to 5.

Electric Cloud’s Anders Walgren will be examining Continuous Delivery of Microservices: Patterns and Processes. He’ll be discussing modern requirements for creating, deploying and managing multiple microservices, particularly as part of a continuous delivery strategy.

Organizing microservices will be covered in depth by Alexander Schwartz of msg systems. Alexander will be discussing the tools and utilities available, and the impact of security, monitoring and multiple datacentres in his session on Service Discovery for Microservices.

And for a real world take on what happens when you put the theory into practice, The Financial Times’ Sarah Wells will be highlighting strategies for dealing with the potential explosion in monitoring and alerts when you make the decision to topple your monoliths.

That’s all in addition to our multiple sessions on containers, and our Day 3 workshop on Docker and Container Patterns for Building Production Systems.

And don’t forget our other conference sessions spanning testing, automation, security and continuous delivery, monitoring, CD and databases, and of course, DevOps and culture.

Don’t worry though - we’ll still make sure you have time to relax, enjoy a drink and some food, and get to know the speakers and your fellow attendees.

You can peruse the full agenda, and buy tickets here. We look forward to seeing you in May. ®

Sponsored: HPC and HPDA for the Cognitive Journey with OpenPOWER