Resilience engineering in a microservice landscape
Attend my talk at GOTO to learn how we, the largest online retail platform in the Netherlands and Belgium, achieve fault tolerance. The bol. com website depends on dozens of services that might fail at any time.
Software maintenance can be hell. I'm sure that many developers have opened up an existing codebase, only to be greeted with a plethora of packages. You can usually see in excruciating detail the kinds of classes the software has.
While working abroad as an expat might sound like an exciting opportunity with noteworthy advantages, "adaptation" constitutes the dominant factor of the entire challenge. Which language will you use for communication? What about cultural differences? To what extent will...
For years now, the role of the tester has been the topic of discussion and debate. The way we develop software in the age of Scrum, Agile and DevOps appears to have shifted the tasks and responsibilities associated with software testing for some us. Competitive markets demand a shorter time to market, without impacting quality.
Applying “web scale” patterns in the bol. com back office
Peter Paul van de Beek (IT Architect at bol. com) will show you in this session how we use “web scale” patterns to achieve scalability and flexibility in our back-office software.