DevOps & Microservices. Part 4: Service Mesh and Serverless

Part 4 of the series, check part 3 first. In this post I quickly explain what service mesh and Serverless is.

Service Mesh

Currently it is very common for organizations to have thousands of micro services running on containers and managed by Kubernetes in a fully automated and resilient environment. As the complexity increases, even using the Spring Cloud capabilities becomes complex since each service needs to deal with errors, failures, latency, health checks, etc. This logic is duplicated on

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Javier Ramos

Javier Ramos

Certified Java Architect/AWS/GCP/Azure/K8s: Microservices/Docker/Kubernetes, AWS/Serverless/BigData, Kafka/Akka/Spark/AI, JS/React/Angular/PWA @JavierRamosRod