Day one, we were super excited to start a new project for a huge financial institution. They seemed to know the domain and as Knoldus we understood the technology. The stakeholders were excited about the Reactive Paradigm and the client architects were all stoked up the way there would be microservices which would allow them all the benefits that other companies had been harping about. We had proposed Lagom and it was taken well.
We had an overview of the domain and we had a set of domain experts assigned to us who would be product owners on different tracks that we would work on. Great, does seem like a perfect start. But when things are too good to be true … probably they are.
The lead architect (LA) asks me, so how much logs would each microservice generate? I am like … what? And he explains “Since we are…
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