We’ve all talked all about microservices and their functions, but there’s more to a working service than just the business logic. Randy Layman looks at several members of the supporting cast that help to bring microservices to production readiness. Along the way, Randy talks about several patterns, including a pattern to clean data from inputs to help with PII and compliance concerns, patterns for request routing, and patterns around security.
Randy Layman is an Atlanta-based cloud architect at Pindrop, where he architects Pindrop’s cloud-based fraud detection systems using microservices in a variety of programming languages.
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