ʂʍɒρƞįł Ҟưȴķɒʁʉɨ (coolsvap)

Swapnil is an Open Source enthusiast with experience in Blockchain, Cloud Native solutions, Containers & Enterprise Software Product architectures. He has diverse experience with different private, hybrid cloud architectures with Amazon Web Services, Azure, Google Cloud, OpenStack, CloudStack, IBM Cloud to name a few. He is an Active Technology Contributor(ATC) in OpenStack with contribution history spanned across multiple projects. He’s also Core Reviewer in OpenStack Kolla and OpenStack Requirements Project. He has contributed to different open source projects like OpenStack, Docker, Kubernetes and multiple upcoming open source platforms for containerization. He is also associated as Technical Reviewer with multiple publication houses for technology courses related emerging technologies and has passion for learning & implementing different concepts.

Microservices  Patterns  Part III:  Circuit-Breaking

Circuit-breaking is useful microservices pattern. Conceptually, it's just like an electrical circuit breaker. It's all about failing fast and recovering.

Microservices  Patterns Part II:  Service Discovery

With monolithic applications, services invoke one another through language-level methods or procedure calls. This is relatively straightforward and predictable...

Microservices Patterns Part I :  Event Processing

"Event processing" is a model that allows you to decouple your microservices by using a message queue. Rather than...