Synopses & Reviews
Build Java-based microservices architecture using the Spring Boot 3 framework by evolving an application from a small monolith to an event-driven architecture composed of several services. This revised book follows an incremental approach in teaching the structure of microservices, test-driven development, Eureka, Ribbon, Zuul, and end-to-end tests with Cucumber.
This updated book now covers what's been added to the new Spring Boot 3 release, including support for the latest Java SE LTS; changes to the Stream Editor UI; Maven preemptive authentication; building Docker images using cloud-native build packs; building layered jars for optimized Docker images; E2E traceability for configuration properties; many dependency upgrades; support for Spring Data Neumann; and more.
Author Moises Macero uses a pragmatic approach to explain the benefits of using this type of software architecture, instead of keeping you distracted with theoretical concepts. He covers some of the state-of-the-art techniques in computer programming, from a practical point of view. You'll focus on what's important, starting with the minimum viable product but keeping the flexibility to evolve it.
What You Will Learn
- Build microservices with Spring Boot 3
- Use event-driven architecture and messaging with RabbitMQ
- Master service discovery with Eureka and load balancing with Ribbon
- Route requests with Zuul as your API gateway
- Write end-to-end tests for an event-driven architecture using Cucumber
- Carry out continuous integration and deployment
Who This Book Is For
Those with at least some prior experience with Java programming. Some prior exposure to Spring Boot recommended but not required.
- Core concepts
- A basic Spring Boot app
- A minimal frontend with React
- The data layer
- Starting with Microservices
- Event-Driven Architecture
- Cloud native patterns
- End-to-End tests with Cucumber