Testing Strategies in a Microservice Architecture
There has been a shift in service based architectures over the last few
years towards smaller, more focussed "micro" services. There are many
benefits with this approach such as the ability to independently
deploy, scale and maintain each component and
parallelize development across multiple teams. However,
once these additional network partitions have been introduced, the
testing strategies that applied for monolithic in process applications
need to be reconsidered.
18 November 2014
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