Microservices in .NET, Second Edition teaches you to build and deploy microservices using ASP.NET and Azure services.
Summary In Microservices in .NET, Second Edition you will learn how to:
Build scalable microservices that are reliable in production Optimize microservices for continuous delivery Design event-based collaboration between microservices Deploy microservices to Kubernetes Set up Kubernetes in Azure
Microservices in .NET, Second Edition is a comprehensive guide to building microservice applications using the .NET stack. After a crystal-clear introduction to the microservices architectural style, it teaches you practical microservices development skills using ASP.NET. This second edition of the bestselling original has been revised with up-to-date tools for the .NET ecosystem, and more new coverage of scoping microservices and deploying to Kubernetes.
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About the technology Microservice architectures connect independent components that must work together as a system. Integrating new technologies like Docker and Kubernetes with Microsoft’s familiar ASP.NET framework and Azure cloud platform enables .NET developers to create and manage microservices efficiently.
About the book Microservices in .NET, Second Edition teaches you to build and deploy microservices using ASP.NET and Azure services. It lays out microservice architecture simply, and then guides you through several real-world projects, such as building an ecommerce shopping cart. In this fully revised edition, you’ll learn about scoping microservices, deploying to Kubernetes, and operations concerns like monitoring, logging, and security.
Optimize microservices for continuous delivery Design event-based collaboration between microservices Deploy microservices to Kubernetes Set up Kubernetes in Azure
About the reader For C# developers. No experience with microservices required.
About the author Christian Horsdal is an independent consultant with more than 20 years of experience building projects from large-scale microservice systems to tiny embedded systems.
Table of Contents PART 1 GETTING STARTED WITH MICROSERVICES 1 Microservices at a glance 2 A basic shopping cart microservice 3 Deploying a microservice to Kubernetes PART 2 BUILDING MICROSERVICES 4 Identifying and scoping microservices 5 Microservice collaboration 6 Data ownership and data storage 7 Designing for robustness 8 Writing tests for microservices PART 3 HANDLING CROSS-CUTTING CONCERNS: BUILDING A REUSABLE MICROSERVICE PLATFORM 9 Cross-cutting concerns: Monitoring and logging 10 Securing microservice-to-microservice communication 11 Building a reusable microservice platform PART 4 BUILDING APPLICATIONS 12 Creating applications over microservices
Christian Horsdal Gammelgaard is an independent consultant with 20 years of experience building systems from large scale microservice systems to tiny embedded systems--and lots of stuff in between. He is a .NET expert, author of the books Microservices in .NET Core and Instant Nancy Web Development, a trainer, and an occasional open source contributor.