Microservices are essential to achieving business agility, but they also create new complexities. When you decompose your application into individual microservices, you lose your monolithic application equivalent. So how do you shift your pipeline practices such as change request tracking, testing, value stream management, release automation and audit to support a microservices architecture?
This presentation will explore the new configuration management challenge that is the result of a microservice implementation. In a time of massive disruption in software development, it is important to identify traditional practices that are core to delivering value to your end users. Configuration management is one of those core principles that is critical to the implementation and ongoing maintenance of a microservice architecture.
This session will cover how modern tooling around the CD pipeline addresses the new configuration management problem and teach attendees how to master configuration management in a microservices architecture.