Annotation Over the past 10 years, distributed systems have become more fine-grained. From the large multi-million line long monolithic applications, we are now seeing the benefits of smaller self-contained services. Rather than heavy-weight, hard to change Service Oriented Architectures, we are now seeing systems consisting of collaborating microservices. Easier to change, deploy, and if required retire, organizations which are in the right position to take advantage of them are yielding significant benefits. This book takes an holistic view of the things you need to be cognizant of in order to pull this off. It covers just enough understanding of technology, architecture, operations and organization to show you how to move towards finer-grained systems.
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Your one-stop guide to the common patterns and practices, showing you how to apply these using the Go programming language About This Book This short, concise, and practical guide is packed with real-world examples of building microservices with Go It is easy to read and will benefit smaller teams who want to extend the functionality of their existing systems Using this practical approach will save your money in terms of maintaining a monolithic architecture and demonstrate capabilities in ease of use Who This Book Is For You should have a working knowledge of programming in Go, including writing and compiling basic applications. However, no knowledge of RESTful architecture, microservices, or web services is expected. If you are looking to apply techniques to your own projects, taking your first steps into microservice architecture, this book is for you. What You Will Learn Plan a microservice architecture and design a microservice Write a microservice with a RESTful API and a database Understand the common idioms and common patterns in microservices architecture Leverage tools and automation that helps microservices become horizontally scalable Get a grounding in containerization with Docker and Docker-Compose, which will greatly accelerate your development lifecycle Manage and secure Microservices at scale with monitoring, logging, service discovery, and automation Test microservices and integrate API tests in Go In Detail Microservice architecture is sweeping the world as the de facto pattern to build web-based applications. Golang is a language particularly well suited to building them. Its strong community, encouragement of idiomatic style, and statically-linked binary artifacts make integrating it with other technologies and managing microservices at scale consistent and intuitive. This book will teach you the common patterns and practices, showing you how to apply these using the Go programming language. It will teach you the fundamental concepts of architectural design and RESTful communication, and show you patterns that provide manageable code that is supportable in development and at scale in production. We will provide you with examples on how to put these concepts and patterns into practice with Go. Whether you are planning a new application or working in an existing monolith, this book will explain and illustrate with practical examples how teams of all sizes can start solving problems with microservices. It will help you understand Docker and Docker-Compose and how it can be used to isolate microservice dependencies and build environments. We finish off by showing you various techniques to monitor, test, and secure your microservices. By the end, you will know the benefits of system resilience of a microservice and the advantages of Go stack. Style and approach The step-by-step tutorial focuses on building microservices. Each chapter expands upon the previous one, teaching you the main skills and techniques required to be a successful microservice practitioner.
Learn and use the design patterns and best practices in Spring to solve common design problems and build user-friendly microservices Key Features Study the benefits of using the right design pattern in your toolkit Manage your code easily with Spring's dependency injection pattern Explore the features of Docker and Mesos to build successful microservices Book Description Getting Started with Spring Microservices begins with an overview of the Spring Framework 5.0, its design patterns, and its guidelines that enable you to implement responsive microservices at scale. You will learn how to use GoF patterns in application design. You will understand the dependency injection pattern, which is the main principle behind the decoupling process of the Spring Framework and makes it easier to manage your code. Then, you will learn how to use proxy patterns in aspect-oriented programming and remoting. Moving on, you will understand the JDBC template patterns and their use in abstracting database access. After understanding the basics, you will move on to more advanced topics, such as reactive streams and concurrency. Written to the latest specifications of Spring that focuses on Reactive Programming, the Learning Path teaches you how to build modern, internet-scale Java applications in no time. Next, you will understand how Spring Boot is used to deploying serverless autonomous services by removing the need to have a heavyweight application server. You’ll also explore ways to deploy your microservices to Docker and managing them with Mesos. By the end of this Learning Path, you will have the clarity and confidence for implementing microservices using Spring Framework. This Learning Path includes content from the following Packt products: Spring 5 Microservices by Rajesh R V Spring 5 Design Patterns by Dinesh Rajput What you will learn Develop applications using dependency injection patterns Build web applications using traditional Spring MVC patterns Utilize the reactive programming pattern to build reactive web apps Learn concurrency and handle multiple connections inside a web server Use Spring Boot and Spring Cloud to develop microservices Leverage reactive programming to build cloud-native applications Who this book is for Getting Started with Spring Microservices is ideal for Spring developers who want to use design patterns to solve common design problems and build cloud-ready, Internet-scale applications, and simple RESTful services.
Architect your .NET applications by breaking them into really small pieces—microservices—using this practical, example-based guide About This Book Start your microservices journey and understand a broader perspective of microservices development Build, deploy, and test microservices using ASP.Net MVC, Web API, and Microsoft Azure Cloud Get started with reactive microservices and understand the fundamentals behind it Who This Book Is For This book is for .NET Core developers who want to learn and understand microservices architecture and implement it in their .NET Core applications. It's ideal for developers who are completely new to microservices or have just a theoretical understanding of this architectural approach and want to gain a practical perspective in order to better manage application complexity. What You Will Learn Compare microservices with monolithic applications and SOA Identify the appropriate service boundaries by mapping them to the relevant bounded contexts Define the service interface and implement the APIs using ASP.NET Web API Integrate the services via synchronous and asynchronous mechanisms Implement microservices security using Azure Active Directory, OpenID Connect, and OAuth 2.0 Understand the operations and scaling of microservices in .NET Core Understand the testing pyramid and implement consumer-driven contract using pact net core Understand what the key features of reactive microservices are and implement them using reactive extension In Detail Microservices is an architectural style that promotes the development of complex applications as a suite of small services based on business capabilities. This book will help you identify the appropriate service boundaries within the business. We'll start by looking at what microservices are, and what the main characteristics are. Moving forward, you will be introduced to real-life application scenarios, and after assessing the current issues, we will begin the journey of transforming this application by splitting it into a suite of microservices. You will identify the service boundaries, split the application into multiple microservices, and define the service contracts. You will find out how to configure, deploy, and monitor microservices, and configure scaling to allow the application to quickly adapt to increased demand in the future. With an introduction to the reactive microservices, you strategically gain further value to keep your code base simple, focusing on what is more important rather than the messy asynchronous calls. Style and approach This guide serves as a stepping stone that helps .NET Core developers in their microservices architecture. This book provides just enough theory to understand the concepts and apply the examples.
At a time when nearly every vertical, regardless of domain, seems to need software running in the cloud to make money, microservices provide the agility and drastically reduced time to market you require. This hands-on guide shows you how to create, test, compile, and deploy microservices, using the ASP.NET Core free and open-source framework. Along the way, you’ll pick up good, practical habits for building powerful and robust services. Building microservices isn’t about learning a specific framework or programming language; it’s about building applications that thrive in elastically scaling environments that don't have host affinity, and that can start and stop at a moment’s notice. This practical book guides you through the process. Learn test-driven and API-first development concepts Communicate with other services by creating and consuming backing services such as databases and queues Build a microservice that depends on an external data source Learn about event sourcing, the event-centric approach to persistence Use ASP.NET Core to build web applications designed to thrive in the cloud Build a service that consumes, or is consumed by, other services Create services and applications that accept external configuration Explore ways to secure ASP.NET Core microservices and applications
Implement microservices starting with their architecture and moving on to their deployment, manageability, security, and monitoring. This book focuses on the key scenarios where microservices architecture is preferred over a monolithic architecture. Building Microservices Applications on Microsoft Azure begins with a survey of microservices architecture compared to monolithic architecture and covers microservices implementation in detail. You'll see the key scenarios where microservices architecture is preferred over a monolithic approach. From there, you will explore the critical components and various deployment options of microservices on platforms such as Microsoft Azure (public cloud) and Azure Stack (hybrid cloud). This includes in-depth coverage of developing, deploying, and monitoring microservices on containers and orchestrating with Azure Service Fabric and Azure Kubernetes Cluster (AKS). This book includes practical experience from large-scale enterprise deployments, therefore it can be a quick reference for solution architects and developers to understand the critical factors while designing a microservices application. What You Will Learn Explore the use cases of microservices and monolithic architecture Discover the architecture patterns to build scalable, agile, and secure microservices applications Develop and deploy microservices using Azure Service Fabric and Azure Kubernetes Service Secure microservices using the gateway pattern See the deployment options for Microservices on Azure Stack Implement database patterns to handle the complexities introduced by microservices Who This Book Is For Architects and consultants who work on Microsoft Azure and manage large-scale deployments.
Quickly and productively develop complex Spring applications and microservices out of the box, with minimal concern over things like configurations. This revised book will show you how to fully leverage the Spring Boot 2 technology and how to apply it to create enterprise ready applications that just work. It will also cover what's been added to the new Spring Boot 2 release, including Spring Framework 5 features like WebFlux, Security, Actuator and the new way to expose Metrics through Micrometer framework, and more. This book is your authoritative hands-on practical guide for increasing your enterprise Java and cloud application productivity while decreasing development time. It's a no nonsense guide with case studies of increasing complexity throughout the book. The author, a senior solutions architect and Principal Technical instructor with Pivotal, the company behind the Spring Framework, shares his experience, insights and first-hand knowledge about how Spring Boot technology works and best practices. Pro Spring Boot 2 is an essential book for your Spring learning and reference library. What You Will Learn Configure and use Spring Boot Use non-functional requirements with Spring Boot Actuator Carry out web development with Spring Boot Persistence with JDBC, JPA and NoSQL Databases Messaging with JMS, RabbitMQ and WebSockets Test and deploy with Spring Boot A quick look at the Spring Cloud projects Microservices and deployment to the Cloud Extend Spring Boot by creating your own Spring Boot Starter and @Enable feature Who This Book Is For Experienced Spring and Java developers seeking increased productivity gains and decreased complexity and development time in their applications and software services.
Architect your .NET applications by breaking them into really small pieces - microservices -using this practical, example-based guide. Key Features Start your microservices journey and get a broader perspective on microservices development using C# 7.0 with .NET Core 2.0 Build, deploy, and test microservices using ASP.Net Core, ASP.NET Core API, and Microsoft Azure Cloud Get the basics of reactive microservices Book Description The microservices architectural style promotes the development of complex applications as a suite of small services based on business capabilities. This book will help you identify the appropriate service boundaries within your business. We'll start by looking at what microservices are and their main characteristics. Moving forward, you will be introduced to real-life application scenarios; after assessing the current issues, we will begin the journey of transforming this application by splitting it into a suite of microservices using C# 7.0 with .NET Core 2.0. You will identify service boundaries, split the application into multiple microservices, and define service contracts. You will find out how to configure, deploy, and monitor microservices, and configure scaling to allow the application to quickly adapt to increased demand in the future. With an introduction to reactive microservices, you’ll strategically gain further value to keep your code base simple, focusing on what is more important rather than on messy asynchronous calls. What you will learn Get acquainted with Microsoft Azure Service Fabric Compare microservices with monolithic applications and SOA Learn Docker and Azure API management Define a service interface and implement APIs using ASP.NET Core 2.0 Integrate services using a synchronous approach via RESTful APIs with ASP.NET Core 2.0 Implement microservices security using Azure Active Directory, OpenID Connect, and OAuth 2.0 Understand the operation and scaling of microservices in .NET Core 2.0 Understand the key features of reactive microservices and implement them using reactive extensions Who this book is for This book is for .NET Core developers who want to learn and understand the microservices architecture and implement it in their .NET Core applications. It’s ideal for developers who are completely new to microservices or just have a theoretical understanding of this architectural approach and want to gain a practical perspective in order to better manage application complexities.