In today's fast-paced and rapidly evolving digital landscape, the ability to build and maintain scalable applications is more important than ever. Microservices architecture is a powerful approach to designing and building large, complex applications that can scale to meet the demands of modern businesses.
"Mastering Microservices, Building Resilient and Scalable Applications" is a comprehensive guide to this approach, providing readers with a detailed understanding of microservices architecture and the tools and techniques needed to design, build, and deploy highly scalable applications.
Through a series of chapters that cover everything from the fundamentals of microservices architecture to real-world use cases and best practices, this book provides a complete roadmap for anyone looking to build and deploy scalable applications with microservices. Whether you are an experienced software engineer or a newcomer to the field, "Mastering Microservices, Building Resilient and Scalable Applications" is a resource for anyone looking to build applications that can meet the demands of today's digital landscape.
Whether you are a developer, architect, or operations specialist, this book will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the microservices landscape and equip you with the skills and knowledge necessary to build scalable applications using this architecture.
The scope of this book is to provide a comprehensive guide to building microservices-based applications, covering various aspects of microservices architecture, design, build and deployment, communication and integration, quality management, security and compliance, service registry and discovery, monitoring and performance optimization, microservices frameworks, and real-world use cases.
Chapter 1 provides an introduction to microservices, defining the concept, evolution, advantages, scalable applications, and capability landscape.
Chapter 2 focuses on microservices architecture, comparing alternative architectures, introducing SOLID and microservices design principles, and covering microservices architecture patterns.
Chapter 3 covers the process of designing microservices, including transitioning from monoliths to microservices, domain-driven design, API design, designing for resilience and failure, and best practices.
Chapter 4 focuses on build and deployment, including continuous integration, continuous deployment, containerization, container orchestration, automated testing, and best practices.
Chapter 5 covers communication and integration, including inter-service communication, API gateway, event-driven architecture, service mesh, and best practices.
Chapter 6 focuses on quality management, including test-driven development, automated testing, continuous testing, code quality, technical debt management, and best practices.
Chapter 7 covers security and compliance, including security, compliance, security standards, authentication and authorization, encryption and data protection, and best practices.
Chapter 8 focuses on service registry and discovery, including service registry, service discovery, load balancing, service registry and discovery, and best practices.
Chapter 9 covers monitoring and performance optimization, including monitoring, performance optimization, logging and tracing, performance optimization, and best practices.
Chapter 10 focuses on microservices frameworks, including a comparison of microservices frameworks, popular microservices frameworks, specific platforms and technologies, and best practices.
Chapter 11 provides real-world use cases of microservices-based applications, including financial services, healthcare, retail and e-commerce, transportation and logistics, and media and entertainment.
Finally, Chapter 12 concludes the book by summarizing the key concepts, discussing the future of microservices, and providing final thoughts. Overall, this book provides a comprehensive guide to building scalable, resilient, and maintainable microservices-based applications.