Build and deploy scalable cloud native microservices using the Spring framework and Kubernetes.
- Complete coverage on how to design, build, run, and deploy modern cloud native microservices.
- Includes numerous sample code exercises on microservices, Spring and Kubernetes.
- Develop a stronghold on Kubernetes, Spring, and the microservices architecture.
- Complete guide of application containerization on Kubernetes containers.
- Coverage on managing modern applications and infrastructure using observability tools.
The main objective of this book is to give an overview of cloud native microservices, their architecture, design patterns, best practices, real use cases and practical coverage of modern applications. This book covers a strong understanding of the fundamentals of microservices, API first approach, Testing, observability, API Gateway, Service Mesh and Kubernetes alternatives of Spring Cloud. This book covers the implementation of various design patterns of developing cloud native microservices using Spring framework docker and Kubernetes libraries. It covers containerization concepts and hands-on lab exercises like how to build, run and manage microservices applications using Kubernetes.
After reading this book, the readers will have a holistic understanding of building, running, and managing cloud native microservices applications on Kubernetes containers.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Learn fundamentals of microservice and design patterns.
- Learn microservices development using Spring Boot and Kubernetes.
- Learn to develop reactive, event-driven, and batch microservices.
- Perform end-to-end microservices testing using Cucumber.
- Implement API gateway,authentication & authorization,load balancing, caching, rate limiting.
- Learn observability and monitoring techniques of microservices.
WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR
This book is for the Spring Developers, Microservice Developers, Cloud Engineers, DevOps Consultants, Technical Architect and Solution Architects, who have some familiarity with application development, Docker and Kubernetes containers.