Ensure a constant Cloud Native Chaos

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When designing a system, architects should always aim to build it in a way it is resilient against failure. When designing a modern and cloud native solution based upon microservices running in containers you need to ensure that the system will be able to continue operating as a container fails.

One way of ensuring that the system will continue to serve the users is by rigorous testing against…

Johan Louwers is a technology enthousiasts with a long background in supporting enterprises and startups alike as CTO, Chief Enterprise Architect and developer.

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Johan Louwers

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Johan Louwers is a technology enthousiasts with a long background in supporting enterprises and startups alike as CTO, Chief Enterprise Architect and developer.

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