Frequently Asked Questions for Microservices
A Microservices assessment is a tool or process that is used to evaluate the skills and qualifications of job candidates for Microservices-related roles, such as Microservices developer or Microservices architect. Microservices is an architecture style that involves building and deploying software applications as a collection of small, independent services that communicate with each other over well-defined APIs.
This test evaluates the candidate’s ability to build software systems with well-defined interfaces and give quality results. A Microservices developer is highly skilled and can efficiently build software systems and develop low-latency applications for mission-critical business systems.
- Backend Engineer
- Software Engineer
- Software Architect
- Scalability and performance
- Integration and communication
- Testing and debugging Microservices
- Integrating with other tools and services: A Microservices developer may be responsible for integrating Microservices with other tools and services, such as databases, messaging systems, and other external systems.
- Managing and scaling Microservices: A Microservices developer is responsible for managing and scaling Microservices applications, including monitoring and troubleshooting issues, optimizing performance and scalability, and ensuring that Microservices are functioning reliably.