AWS Summit Series 2016 | Chicago – Deep Dive on Microservices and Amazon ECS

“Microservices is a software architectural method where you decompose complex applications into smaller, independent services. Containers are great for running small decoupled services, but how do you coordinate running microservices in production at scale and what AWS services do you use?

In this session, we will explore the reasoning and concepts behind microservices and how containers simplify building microservices based applications. We will also demonstrate how you can easily launch microservices on Amazon EC2 Container Service and how you can use ELB and Route 53 to easily do service discovery between microservices.”

via Amazon Web Services

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