Rick

Rick
Rick

Sunday, May 3, 2015

User Experience and Microservices Monitoring



User Experience and Microservices Monitoring
With Microservices which are released more often, you can try new features and see how they impact user usage patterns. With this feedback, you can improve your application. It is not uncommon to employ A/B testing and multi-variant testing to try out new combinations of features. Monitoring is more than just watching for failure. With big data, data science, and microservices, monitoring microservices runtime stats is required to know your application users. You want to know what your users like and dislike and react

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