Microservices based architectures are increasingly popular as a way of managing the scalability of large software systems. There are implications for organizational structure, product architecture, development methodology, test strategy, and design and simulation tools. Intended for managers and executives considering the implications of adopting a microservices architecture for a major software system.
if you start with microservices as a goal in mind and do not focus on restructuring your organization as well, you will likely end up with a distributed monolith. After you reach a certain complexity of the system under test, the test suite needs to be split into
different levels of abstraction to manage the test complexity.
• Factors that determine crossover point for switching to microservices from a software monolith from developer productivity and application scaling perspectives.
• Options and trade-offs for testing microservices using real and virtual resources
• Planning your migration and getting started.
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