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Exploring Microservice Development

With chapters selected by John Carnell
  • March 2018
  • ISBN 9781617295591
  • 88 pages
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Get into the microservices mindset without drowning in the details. Before you start writing code, you need to understand when a microservice architecture makes sense, what has to change in your team organization, and how this approach affects your build, test, and deploy process. There's plenty to learn when you get down to the nuts-and-bolts of building microservices; starting with the big picture makes the details a lot easier to grok.

Exploring Microservice Development is a collection of chapters from three Manning books. Hand-picked by senior cloud engineer John Carnell, this quick-start guide introduces the big picture of microservice design along with a high-level taste of operational concerns like debugging and testing. In it, you'll get a quick overview of decomposition strategies, a look into distributed tracing with Spring Cloud Sleuth and Zipkin for more efficient debugging, and over-the-wire service mocking using Mountebank. When you finish, you'll have a better idea of whether microservices are for you and what you need to get started.

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  • Decomposition Strategies from Microservice Patterns by Chris Richardson
  • Distributed tracing with Spring Cloud Sleuth and Zipkin from Spring Microservices in Action by John Carnell
  • Testing Using Canned Responses from Testing Microservices with Mountebank by Brandon Byars

about the author

John Carnell is a senior cloud engineer at Genesys, where he works in the PureCloud division. He spends most days building telephony-based microservices using the AWS platform using Java, Clojure, and Go. John is the author of Spring Microservices in Action.

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