How to solve the challenges of creating automated tests for microservices

As an architecture for building complex systems, microservices is gaining significant traction within the development community. Especially applications that share challenges related to dependencies and scaling can benefit greatly from it. Microservices adoption is on the rise, but so are the struggles associated with understanding how to test microservices.

Toby Clemson from ThoughtWorks has done a great job of enumerating testing strategies that you might want to employ in a microservices architecture, and we can defer to his article for an overview of the different types of tests you may want to create, but mainstream knowledge about how to build and maintain those different kinds of tests is still in its infancy…

 

 


 


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