Testing Java Microservices (Manning)
Wednesday, 03 October 2018

The subtitle of this book is "Using Arquillian, Hoverfly, AssertJ, JUnit, Selenium, and Mockito", In it authors Alex Soto Bueno, Jason Porter and Andy Gumbrecht show how to implement unit and integration tests for microservice systems running on the JVM and how to work with a microservice environment built using Java EE, WildFly Swarm, and Docker. The book also covers live system testing using technologies like the Arquillian, Wiremock, and Mockito frameworks, along with techniques like contract testing and over-the-wire service virtualization.

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Authors: Alex Soto Bueno, Jason Porter and Andy Gumbrecht
Publisher: Manning
Date: September 2018
Pages: 296
ISBN: 978-1617292897
Print: 1617292893
eBook: Free with print copy
Audience: Java developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Java  

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  • Test automation
  • Integration testing microservice systems
  • Testing container-centric systems
  • Service virtualization

 

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