Enabling Microservice Success

Microservices can be a very effective approach for delivering value to your organization and to your customers. If you get them right, microservices help you to move fast by making changes to small parts of your system hundreds of times a day. But if you get them wrong, microservices will just make everything more complicated.

In this book, technical engineering leader Sarah Wells provides practical, in-depth advice for moving to microservices. Having built her first microservice architecture in 2013 for the Financial Times, Sarah discusses the approaches you need to take from the start and explains the potential problems most likely to trip you up. You’ll also learn how to maintain the architecture as your systems mature while minimizing the time you spend on support and maintenance.

With this book, you will:

  • Learn the impact of microservices on software development patterns and practices
  • Identify the organizational changes you need to make to successfully build and operate this architecture
  • Determine the steps you must take before you move to microservices
  • Understand the traps to avoid when you create a microservices architecture—and learn how to recover if you fall into one

All content is for demonstration purposes, we do not store files, please purchase the printed version of the magazine after reading.

There are many ads here. Please keep in mind that readnote.org is 100% free. Ads are keeping this site alive. If you use, please make an exception and disable any ads blocking system.

Extraction code:(3cbh)