Microservices Patterns: With examples in Java 1st Edition
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Readers should be familiar with the basics of enterprise application architecture, design, and implementation.
- Understanding the microservices architecture
- When and when not to use the microservices architecture
- How to develop a microservices architecture for an application
- Transaction management and querying in a microservices architecture
- Effective testing strategies for microservices
- How to refactor a monolithic application into services
About the Author
- Publisher : Manning; 1st edition (November 19, 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 520 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1617294543
- ISBN-13 : 978-1617294549
- Item Weight : 2.16 pounds
- Dimensions : 7.38 x 1.1 x 9.25 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #31,020 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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In addition, the author created a sample food ordering application that accompanies the book and drives concepts home. Unlike other technical books, the sample application is not a collection of random examples but a full-size, mini microservice web application.
I agree with other reviews that the book is very verbose but I didn't mind it. Overall I found this book to be an excellent read. It helped me learn about software architecture, new design patterns and a little Java (spring boot mostly).
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One thing that stands out is how the author starts by stating what it's going to be covered in the following section, and also the summaries at the end of each ones. Great detail to writing.
Chris goes into great detail explaining the ecosystem around microservices, as well as most patterns one will usually encounter out there in the wild.
Something that is slightly off for me is the fact that the author promotes his library/framework throughout this book - however, it's being used for the examples. The other available options are mentioned as well and the author is transparent about the fact that his stack is being used - only a rather sensible choice.
Sirve para sacar los conceptos claves y las consideraciones que se deben tener a la hora de trabajar con microservicios pero los ejemplos de código que usa y los diagramas no sirven para fijar dichos conceptos de forma clara.
Los temas con más complejidad, como por ejemplo, las transaccions entre servicios los trabaja con un framework desarrollado por el mismo autor, lo cual no ayuda, puesto que es un framework poco usado en la indústria.
La teoría podría valer para cualquier desarrollador que se haya enfrentado a proyectos monolíticos grandes pero la práctica solo está al alcance de desarrolladores Java, lo cual hace que el público objetivo sea limitado.
No lo recomendaría para una introducción a los microservicios por el enfoque que le ha dado el autor.
Didn't find the code examples too helpful would have liked if the book emphasized more on examples of designs with diagrams than the code. Don't get me wrong there was diagrams but I think more would have been more helpful.
Comes with PDF but it asks you to copy a whole bunch of code from a page in the text to get it. Most people would probably get annoyed with such a way to do that so I didn't bother going through that process.