Practical Microservices (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Friday, 08 May 2020

This hands-on tutorial sets out to show how to build real projects while learning the most important concepts of evented architectures. Author Ethan Garofolo looks at how to build microservices, focused units of autonomous functionality. Starting from the basics of message-based architectures, the book covers topics including conserving resources by performing background jobs with microservices, and deploying specialized microservices for registration, authentication, payment processing, and e-mail.

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Author: Ethan Garofolo
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: April 2020
Pages: 292
ISBN: 978-1680506457
Print: 1680506455
Audience: Developers interested in microservices
Level: Intermediate/advanced
Category: Theory & Techniques

 

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