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Published on Sep 7, 2016
Go is a lovely little language made by smart people you can trust, and which just might be the perfect choice for writing microservices. Go kit is my attempt to bridge the gap between the excellent standard library and all of the concerns that come with a microservices architecture: observability, resiliency, anti-fragility, integration with popular components, and so on. In this talk I'll describe the current state and future plans for Go kit, and hopefully convince a few of you to try it out :)
About Peter Bourgon:
Peter is a distributed systems engineer and Go aficionado. When not working on Go kit, Peter is an engineer at Weaveworks, dedicated to helping developers connect, observe, and control their containerized applications. Previously, Peter was an engineer at SoundCloud, on the search, activities, and core infrastructure teams.
Organised by Microservices Meetup Berlin Hosted & sponsored by NewStore