Microservices are a popular way to create enterprise systems that run at web scale. But the high cost of a microservices architecture, plus the lack of skilled personnel in the market, often prevent a company from adopting microservices. Once a company does find the money, however, it opens lucrative jobs for microservices engineers.
The hiring process often starts with a technical interview, which can be stressful for any job seeker. However, it doesn't have to be that way. Before that initial interview, do some research about what questions to expect in the interview, and have some prepared answers based on your background and knowledge.
Outside of some basic microservices knowledge, a prospective candidate should have tangible examples of how to implement and run a microservices architecture, and a solid grasp on different tools and services to use to maintain development.
Here's a 10-question, multiple-choice microservices quiz to help candidates prep for an interview.