JAX 2018 Testing microservices, from development to production

By: Daniel Bryant JAX direct link Pre-prod vs post-prod tests Contract testing Api simulation … Test-pyramiden, agile testing quadrant Test pyramid created before micro services, but after David Patna’s modularity ==> skilja mellan test av systemtest och mer behovsbaserad testplan för de enskilda mikrotjänsterna Boktips: Distributed Systems Observability Microservice test funnel – Cindy Sridharan ”testing microservices the sane way” Some tests should be done in production Lessons learned Unit testing Don’t avoid unit test <== 77% production failues can be reproduced by a unit test Testing error handling could have prevented 58%… Läs mer

JAX 2018 CD is better for your brain

By Daniel Jones JAX direct link Post-industrial era really easy to get to the market, or to make a competitive product, so how should we tackle this? Customer relations, and the ability to ccontinuous change is getting mote and mote important – change and reimplementation is much cheaper than losing all of your customers to the competition. How to get input quickly – enabling change Group identity co-relates to empathic response triggers => silos increase this problem. Create a larger tribe to increase investment from all parties. By increasing automation, specialist competence… Läs mer

JAX 2018 What Does Cloud Natice Java really mean to developers?

Paneldiskussion: Daniel Bryant, Jessica Deen, Sebastian Meyen, Steve Poole, Martjn Verburg Äntligen tillbaka till kommandoraden! Öppet sinne och erkänna att det finns saker du inte kan – ut på korståg! Javautvecklare måste intressera sig för ops och arkitekturen. Molnet sipprar in i det egna datacentret vare sig vi vill eller inte. Hosting i öppna molnet kräver ett större intresse i arkitekturella frågor, latens och andra faktorer., är mycket mindre förutsägbara. Andra attackytor – större krav på säkerhet hela vägen, zero trust network. Hur undvika vendor lock-in i molnet? It works on my… Läs mer