Go Microservices in Containers


Duration: 50 mins
Jonathan Johnson
Independent Software Architect

Cloud native containers allow smaller teams to embrace polyglot. We can now choose the best languages and tools to solve problems instead of using the same language and tools across our whole organization. Put your big hammers down.

Writing applications in various languages and packaging them into neatly distilled containers can be challenging. Rust has its set of challenges and best practices. In this session we will look at applying the distillation pattern to Rust-based microservices, packaging them in container images, and running them as well-behaved applications on Kubernetes.

A presentation on the terms and tools is followed by a hands-on example that will guide you to running Rust-based applications on Kubernetes. Little knowledge of Rust, containers, or Kubernetes is required.

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