Home | Amazing | Today | Tags | Publishers | Years | Account | Search 
Practical Microservices Architectural Patterns: Event-Based Java Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

Buy
Take your distributed applications to the next level and see what the reference architectures associated with microservices can do for you. This book begins by showing you the distributed computing architecture landscape and provides an in-depth view of microservices architecture. Following this, you will work with CQRS, an essential pattern for microservices, and get a view of how distributed messaging works. Moving on, you will take a deep dive into Spring Boot and Spring Cloud. 

Coming back to CQRS, you will learn how event-driven microservices work with this pattern, using the Axon 2 framework. This takes you on to how transactions work with microservices followed by advanced architectures to address non-functional aspects such as high availability and scalability. In the concluding part of the book you develop your own enterprise-grade microservices application using the Axon framework and true BASE transactions, while making it as secure as possible.

What You Will Learn
  • Shift from monolith architecture to microservices 
  • Work with distributed and ACID transactions
  • Build solid architectures without two-phase commit transactions
  • Discover the high availability principles in microservices
Who This Book Is For


Java developers with basic knowledge of distributed and multi-threaded application architecture, and no knowledge of Spring Boot or Spring Cloud. Knowledge of CQRS and event-driven architecture is not mandatory as this book will cover these in depth.

 
(HTML tags aren't allowed.)

Reactive Systems: Modelling, Specification and Verification
Reactive Systems: Modelling, Specification and Verification
Formal methods is the term used to describe the specification and verification of software and software systems using mathematical logic. Various methodologies have been developed and incorporated into software tools. An important subclass is distributed systems. There are many books that look at particular methodologies for such systems, e.g. CSP,...
Practical Android: 14 Complete Projects on Advanced Techniques and Approaches
Practical Android: 14 Complete Projects on Advanced Techniques and Approaches
Choose the best approach for your app and implement your solution quickly by leveraging complete projects. This book is a collection of practical projects that use advanced Android techniques and approaches, written by Android instructor Mark Wickham. Mark has taught a series of popular classes at Android development conferences...
Mastering Reverse Engineering: Re-engineer your ethical hacking skills
Mastering Reverse Engineering: Re-engineer your ethical hacking skills

Implement reverse engineering techniques to analyze software, exploit software targets, and defend against security threats like malware and viruses.

Key Features

  • Analyze and improvise software and hardware with real-world examples
  • Learn advanced debugging and patching...

Java 9 Dependency Injection: Write loosely coupled code with Spring 5 and Guice
Java 9 Dependency Injection: Write loosely coupled code with Spring 5 and Guice

Create clean code with Dependency Injection principles

Key Features

  • Use DI to make your code loosely coupled to manage and test your applications easily on Spring 5 and Google Guice
  • Learn the best practices and methodologies to implement DI
  • Write more...
Testing and Tuning Market Trading Systems: Algorithms in C++
Testing and Tuning Market Trading Systems: Algorithms in C++

Build, test, and tune financial, insurance or other market trading systems using C++ algorithms and statistics. You’ve had an idea and have done some preliminary experiments, and it looks promising. Where do you go from here?  Well, this book discusses and dissects this case study approach.  

...

Pro JavaFX 9: A Definitive Guide to Building Desktop, Mobile, and Embedded Java Clients
Pro JavaFX 9: A Definitive Guide to Building Desktop, Mobile, and Embedded Java Clients

At the annual JavaOne conference in May 2007, Sun Microsystems announced a new product family named JavaFX. Its stated purpose includes enabling the development and deployment of content-rich applications on consumer devices such as cell phones, televisions, in-dash car systems, and browsers. Josh Marinacci, a software engineer at Sun, made...

©2019 LearnIT (support@pdfchm.net) - Privacy Policy