The most elegant way to performance test your microservices running on Kubernetes

“If you cannot measure it, you cannot improve it.” — Lord Kelvin

Application programming interfaces ( APIs) are the core system of most services. Client, web, and mobile applications are all built from APIs. They sit on the critical path between an end-user and a service, and they’re also used for intra-service communication.

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Senior Principal Architect & Developer Evangelist @ Red Hat ♦ Loves K8s, OpenShift, Cloud-Native, Serverless, Hybrid-Multi-Cloud, Distributed Systems

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