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Old 06-13-2018, 10:05 PM   #1
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LXer: 5 microservice testing strategies for startups


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Testing microservices is hard. I learned just how hard it could be when I first dived into a tech stack with seven separate microservices, each with its own code base, dependency management, feature branches, and database schema—which also happened to have a unique set of migrations.Talk about hectic.The approach I took was to run everything locally. That meant that whenever I wanted to run end-to-end tests, I needed to go through the following five steps for each of the seven microservices:read more

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