The Tao of Microservices (Manning)
Monday, 26 March 2018

This book is a guide to how to understand and build microservices. Based on the experience of microservices developer Richard Rodger, it looks at the thinking behind microservice designs. Concepts covered include asynchronous messaging, service APIs, and encapsulation, while showing how to apply microservices architecture to real-world projects. It also contains detailed case studies with source code in JavaScript and Node.js that demonstrate best practices for team development, planning for change, and tool choice.

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Author: Richard Rodger
Publisher: Manning
Date: December 2017
Pages: 328
ISBN: 978-1617293146
Print: 1617293148
E-book: Free with print title
Audience: Developers wanting to learn microservices
Level: Intermediate
Category: Methodology

 

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  • Principles of the microservice architecture
  • Breaking down real-world case studies
  • Implementing large-scale systems
  • When not to use microservices

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