Microservices architectures offer faster change speeds, better scalability, and cleaner, evolvable system designs. But implementing your first microservices architecture is difficult. How do you make myriad choices, educate your team on all the technical details, and navigate the organization to a successful execution to maximize your chance of success? With this book, authors Ronnie Mitra and Irakli Nadareishvili provide step-by-step guidance for building an effective microservices architecture.
Architects and engineers will follow an implementation journey based on techniques and architectures that have proven to work for microservices systems. You’ll build an operating model, a microservices design, an infrastructure foundation, and two working microservices, then put those pieces together as a single implementation. For anyone tasked with building microservices or a microservices architecture, this guide is invaluable.
- Learn an effective and explicit end-to-end microservices system design
- Define teams, their responsibilities, and guidelines for working together
- Understand how to slice a big application into a collection of microservices
- Examine how to isolate and embed data into corresponding microservices
- Build a simple yet powerful / pipeline for infrastructure changes
- Write code for sample microservices
- Deploy a working microservices application on Amazon Web Services
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Title: Microservices: Up and Running: A Step-by-Step Guide to Building a Microservices Architecture
Author: Irakli Nadareishvili, Ronnie Mitra
Length: 314 pages
Publisher: O’Reilly Media
Publication Date: 2020-12-22