Implementing Event-Driven Microservices Architecture in .NET 7 (Packt)
Monday, 17 April 2023

This book is a guide to implementing event-driven microservices architecture using C# 11 and .NET 7. Joshua Garverick and Omar Dean McIver cover the new features of .NET 7 that will make developing applications using EDA patterns easier, and how the core tenets of domain-driven design are implemented in .NET 7.

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Later chapters looks at the components of a local environment setup, the containerization of code, testing, deployment, and the observability of microservices using an EDA approach. The final section looks at the need for scalability and service resilience within the application, along with implementation details related to elastic and autoscale components.

Author: Joshua Garverick and Omar Dean McIver
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Date: March 2023
Pages: 326
ISBN: 978-1803232782
Print: 1803232781
Kindle: B0BMVT95QG
Audience: .NET developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: ASP.NET

  • Explore .NET 7 and how it enables the development of applications using EDA
  • Understand messaging protocols and producer/consumer patterns and how to implement them in .NET 7
  • Test and deploy applications written in .NET 7 and designed using EDA principles
  • Account for scaling and resiliency in microservices
  • Collect and learn from telemetry at the platform and application level
  • Get to grips with the testing and deployment of microservices

 

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