Alert overload: How to adopt a MS architecture without being...

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Sarah Wells

You’ve heard all about what microservices can do for you. You’re convinced. So you build some. Reasoning about your functionality is way easier: these services are so simple! Then you get to the point where you have 35 microservices, and all the monitoring and alerting tactics you used for your monoliths are a complete disaster. Something needs to change - but what and how?