Microservices Best Practices for Java (Michael Hofmann, et al)

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Microservices Best Practices for Java (Michael Hofmann, et al)

Large, sophisticated software programs can be broken down into one or smaller services using the architectural approach known as microservices.

These microservices each concentrate on finishing a single activity that exemplifies a small company's competency. It is possible to create these microservices in any programming language.

Best practices for Java Microservices are covered in this book. It emphasizes Microservices best practices for Java by emphasizing the development of cloud-native applications using the most recent versions of IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty, IBM Bluemix, and other Open Source Frameworks in the Microservices ecosystem.

  • Chapter 1. Overview
  • Chapter 2. Creating Microservices in Java
  • Chapter 3. Locating services
  • Chapter 4. Microservice communication
  • Chapter 5. Handling data
  • Chapter 6. Application Security
  • Chapter 7. Testing
  • Chapter 8. From development to production
  • Chapter 9. Management and Operations

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