Overcoming Service Communication Issues and Challenges

Duration: 50 mins
Mark Richards
Founder, DeveloperToArchitect.com

Once you break things apart into smaller services, you must then put them back together. In other words, individual services still sometimes need to talk to one another to complete a given business transaction, whether that transaction is synchronous or asynchronous. In this session Mark Richards talks about contract coupling between services, data bandwidth issues, and how to address these common communication woes.

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