Even in the complexity of micro services the age-old test automation pyramid adds value. It's all in how you apply the different levels to different concepts.
Martin Fowler wrote a blog about the Test Pyramid over 10 years ago in 2012, so by now we have all heard of it and hopefully applied it in some way, shape or form. But as the technology landscape changes, does the Test Pyramid principle still hold up? I believe it does. And in a recent project I made the translation on how to apply the pyramid to micro services, and the whole microservices architecture.
In this talk I will explain how the test pyramid still adds value, even in the complex world of micro services architecture. Parallels will be made with using the Test Automation Pyramid to monoliths, smaller projects and a microservices architecture. And I will share what learnings I made when applying the test pyramid in this landscape and how the attendees can still believe in a concept over 10 years old.