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Microservices Deployment Cookbook

By : Vikram Murugesan
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Microservices Deployment Cookbook

By: Vikram Murugesan

Overview of this book

This book will help any team or organization understand, deploy, and manage microservices at scale. It is driven by a sample application, helping you gradually build a complete microservice-based ecosystem. Rather than just focusing on writing a microservice, this book addresses various other microservice-related solutions: deployments, clustering, load balancing, logging, streaming, and monitoring. The initial chapters offer insights into how web and enterprise apps can be migrated to scalable microservices. Moving on, you’ll see how to Dockerize your application so that it is ready to be shipped and deployed. We will look at how to deploy microservices on Mesos and Marathon and will also deploy microservices on Kubernetes. Next, you will implement service discovery and load balancing for your microservices. We’ll also show you how to build asynchronous streaming systems using Kafka Streams and Apache Spark. Finally, we wind up by aggregating your logs in Kafka, creating your own metrics, and monitoring the metrics for the microservice.
Table of Contents (15 chapters)
Microservices Deployment Cookbook
Credits
About the Author
About the Reviewer
www.PacktPub.com
Customer Feedback
Preface

Chapter 1. Building Microservices with Java

In this chapter, we will cover the following recipes:

  • Creating a project template using STS and Maven

  • Writing microservices with Spring Boot

  • Writing REST APIs with Spring MVC

  • Writing microservices with WildFly Swarm

  • Writing microservices with Dropwizard

  • Writing REST APIs with SparkJava

Microservices have gained a lot of traction recently. A microservice-based architecture is one way of designing your software. In such an architecture, applications are broken down into smaller services so that they can be deployed and managed separately. This takes away a lot of pain points that occur in traditional monolithic applications. With that being said, microservices can be built using any programming language. In fact, there are many libraries and frameworks that help programmers build microservices using Java, Scala, C#, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, and so on. In this book, we will focus more on building and deploying microservices with Java.