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Learn Microservices with Spring Boot: A Practical Approach to RESTful Services using RabbitMQ, Eureka, Ribbon, Zuul and Cucumber Paperback – December 10, 2017
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From the Back Cover
- Build microservices with Spring Boot
- Use event-driven architecture and messaging with RabbitMQ
- Create RESTful services with Spring
- Master service discovery with Eureka and load balancing with Ribbon
- Route requests with Zuul as your API gateway
- Write end-to-end rests for an event-driven architecture using Cucumber
- Carry out continuous integration and deployment
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You will create your own gamification-based application with an iterative and incremental development which helps you to understand all the steps in the decision making process.
After reading this book you will have comprehensive holistic vision of microservices, why, when and how use them, and best practices for creating event-driven microservices architecture.
You will learn concepts like TDD, three-tier application, load balancing, scaling services and RESTful APIs, but you will also learn frameworks like Spring Boot, message brokers like RabbitMQ, discovery services like Eureka and testing frameworks like cucumber.
The code is available in github.
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What I liked the most and what I think is different from other books is that it uses the same example from beginning to end, making the whole thing more understandable.
The book pays the right attention to the challenges that I found when getting hands-on.
Starting from basics it guides you through the complete evolution of a project from scratch.
Usually when I read IT literature I skip pages or chapters because I often feel like too many words and unnecessary texts are used to cover topics. Sometimes I also have to read a chapter several times or even find it in a different source to understand what is it about. With this book I didn't have such issues. It is very easy to read and full of practical examples which help you to dive into the story and feel yourself a part of it.
What I liked the most about this book is that it covers almost every aspect one needs to know or at least consider when building a micro-service based project.
Imagine a big project working on a micro-services set-up. It is such a complex system that it's even hard to come up with every topic you need to know/learn or consider when building it. Top to bottom and broad-wise. Starting from a basic micro-service set-up, technology stack, testing approach, APIs, sync/async communication between micro-services, data distribution, service discovery, load balancing, etc. etc.
And this book guides you through all of these topics showing nice practical examples, considering different approaches, giving advices and leaving freedom for the reader to discover alternative approaches.
This book can be a great springboard to jump and deep dive into a world of micro-services as well as a good reference for the ones already working with them.
Would definitely recommend!