Designing for failure
Failure has been neglected for quite some time in our industry, but how can we design for failure? And especially, how Gocan help us be prepared for the unexpected?
In recent years we’ve been talking more and more about failure and resiliency. This is something that mission-critical systems always had to think of first but many of our systems (until today) neglect the importance of this. In this talk I would like to talk about how to design a system for failure, what are the pitfalls and gotchas that we have to be prepared in a microservice environment? And most importantly, how go can help us be prepared for the unexpected?
Head of Technology
I’m a Brazilian living in Berlin, Germany. Currently working as Head of Technology @Lykon. Previously, I worked at N26 and HelloFresh mostly doing things in Go. I enjoy working with distributed systems and solving complex problems. Go has been my language of choice since 2015 to help me achieve these things while having a great deal of fun. Today, I spend most of my free time contributing to Open Source projects, making lots of coffee and enjoying life at its best.