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Consul for Service Discovery

Beers, soft drinks and water provided.

Spaced provided courtesy of @CapitalFactory!

Title:  Using Consul for Service Discovery

Summary: Consul is a distributed tool for service discovery, failure detection, and dynamic configuration for your microservices.  Ed Vinyard will describe his experience with Consul over the past year in a heterogeneous production environment: the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Bio: Ed Vinyard is a Sr Developer at uShip and an organizer for the Austin API Meetup.

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  • Gordon M.

    Sorry, double booked, but I'm looking forward to the Feb meet up.

    January 3

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