Paweł Słomka: Battle-tested integration with Kubernetes API for service health monitoring
One of the hardest things to do when building microservice architecture is to have a proper monitoring and visibility of all the working parts. I would like to share with you how we build a small, yet powerful integration with Kubernetes API and Slack to provide us with the insights of how our services operate, how they rely on each other, and how the development team can get notified every time something is wrong, or even when it’s just slightly off.
I've been in the software development industry for over six years now, started my journey with Java and spent some time in Java Script, but recently I've been working exclusively with Go. I try to stay up-to-date with the latest tools and IT solutions, some of them I describe on my technical blog: https://mycodesmells.com/.
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