On today’s Day Two Cloud we talk about testing. While developers do the testing, operators may be responsible for setting up testing environments, which can be a lot of work. That work increases with microservices because of all the complexities and dependencies that come with connecting and orchestrating microservices-based applications.
Today we talk about how to address testing challenges with Arjun Iyer, and explore a solution he’s developed for simplifying end-to-end microservices testing in a Kubernetes environment. This is not a sponsored show, but we do talk about Signadot, a startup Arjun founded in the testing space.
- Whether ops or devs should be responsible for testing environments
- How to maintain some parity between testing and production
- Whether to use real data in a testing environment and potential issues of doing so
- Integrating a testing environment for microservices with a service mesh, an observability stack, a CI/CD pipeline, a CNI and other elements
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