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I consider this to be a must-have in any microservice-enthusiasts library, be it .NET or not.
Microservices in .NET, Second Edition is a comprehensive guide to building microservice applications using the .NET stack. After a crystal-clear introduction to the microservices architectural style, it teaches you practical microservices development skills using MVC Core and ASP.NET Core. This second edition of the bestselling original has been revised with up-to-date tools for the .NET ecosystem, and more new coverage of scoping microservices and deploying to Kubernetes.
about the technology
Microservice applications are built by connecting single-capability, autonomous components that communicate via APIs. Microservice architectures boost productivity, support Agile workflows, and decrease the risks of catastrophic failures. However, they can be a big challenge to develop, as they demand clearly defined interfaces and reliable infrastructure. Luckily for developers, Microsoft’s own MVC Core and ASP.NET Core frameworks help manage the tricky API and simplify the task of building microservice-based applications.
about the book
Microservices in .NET, Second Edition provides a complete guide to building microservice applications. You’ll start by getting to grips with the unique architectural style of microservices, explained in a way that’s clear and accessible. You’ll move on quickly to practical development skills for building your own microservices using MVC Core and ASP.NET Core, working on real-world projects such as an ecommerce shopping cart. You'll design and build individual services in C# and learn how to compose them into a simple but functional application back end. In brand-new coverage for the second edition, you’ll also learn about scoping microservices and how to handle the complexities of deploying to Kubernetes. Along the way, you'll address production and operations concerns like monitoring, logging, and security.
Build scalable microservices that are reliable in production
Optimized microservices for continuous delivery
Design event-based collaboration between microservices
Deploy microservices to Kubernetes
Set up Kubernetes in Azure
about the reader
This book is written for C# developers. No previous experience with microservices required.
about the author
Christian Horsdal is an independent consultant with 20 years of experience building systems from large scale microservice systems to tiny embedded systems--and lots of stuff in between. He is a .NET expert, author of the books Microservices in .NET Core and Instant Nancy Web Development, a trainer, and an occasional open source contributor.
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