The Tao of Microservices
Published : Wednesday 28 September 2016
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Microservices are small, but they offer big value. A microservice is a very small piece of a larger system that can be coded by one developer within one iteration. Microservices can be added and removed individually, new developers can be immediately productive, and legacy code is easily replaced. Developers are no longer hampered by the communication and coordination overhead caused by monolithic systems. Savvy businesses are discovering that software development productivity can be greatly enhanced with the right engineering approach that enables even junior developers to double their productivity, while reducing delivery risk. The Tao of Microservices presents readers with the path to understanding how to apply microservices architecture in their realworld projects. This high-level book offers a conceptual view of microservice architectures, along with core concepts and their application. It also includes a detailed case study for the nodezoo.com system, including all source code and documentation. By the end of the book, readers will have explored in depth the key ideas of the microservice architecture and will be able to design, analyze and implement systems based on this architecture. Key Features: * Key principles of the microservice architecture * Applying these principles to real-world projects * Implementing large-scale systems * Detailed case study AUDIENCE This book is for developers, architects, or managers who want to deliver faster, meet changing business requirements, and build scalable and robust systems. ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY A microservice is a very small piece of a larger system that can be coded by one developer within one iteration. Microservices can be added and removed individually, new developers can be immediately productive, and legacy code is easily replaced.