Architecting Distributed Cloud Applications, Part 2: Networking Communication

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Jeffrey Richter


Microservices use networking to communicate with each other, but architecting a robust microservice-based application is not as simple as replacing function calls with network calls. In this session, Jeffrey introduces important concepts such as API versioning, client retries, and idempotence, and explains why they are critical to distributed cloud architectures.

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