Microservices for Java Developers: A Hands-on Introduction to Frameworks and Containers
The Microservice architectural approach is more than just about technology. It reaches into the foundation of your organization to allow you to build truly scalable, adaptive, complex systems that help a business adapt to rapidly changing competitive markets.
Building Reactive Microservices in Java: Asynchronous and Event-Based Application Design
Investigating distributed microservices? Want to get rid of your monolithic enterprise applications or not create new ones? Reactive design can help. Author and Red Hatter, Clement Escoffier, explains why and how Eclipse Vert.x is a good choice to build effective microservices systems.
Migrating to Microservice Databases: From Relational Monolith to Distributed Data
Code is easy, State is hard. Learning how to deal with your monolithic relational databases in a microservices structure is key to keeping pace in a quickly changing workplace. There are many approaches and in this book, author Edson Yanaga, takes you through nine different strategies for integrating data from your monolithic application to a microservice architecture.
Modern Java EE Design Patterns: Building Scalable Architecture for Sustainable Enterprise Development
Creating Distributed Java EE Architecture. With the ascent of DevOps, microservices, containers, and cloud-based development platforms, the gap between state-of-the-art solutions and the technology that enterprises typically support has greatly increased. But as explained in this O’Reilly report, some enterprises are now looking to bridge that gap by building microservice-based architectures on top of Java EE.
Transitioning to .NET Core on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
The .NET world has changed, and decidedly for the better. Not only is .NET Core now an open source framework, but thanks to Microsoft’s recent partnership with Red Hat, you can develop and run .NET web applications on Linux.Last updated: August 17, 2018