Technical How-to Books for Developers – Microservices, Design Patterns, .NET, Reactive, Databases
Within Red Hat knowledge sharing and collaboration are important. As a part of that many Red Hatters write books and we get the honor of sharing their knowledge with other developers. We have 7 more books in queue for the coming year and thought we would share the books you can currently download.
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Here are the O’Reilly books that are currently available:
- Learn how to build effective microservices systems with Eclipse Vert.x and get rid of your monolithic enterprise applications.
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- Learn how to deal with your monolithic relational databases in a microservices structure through nine strategies for integrating data from your monolithic application to a microservice architecture.
- Learn how to build and run cross-platform .NET applications on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Modern Java EE Design Patterns: Building Scalable Architecture for Sustainable Enterprise Development
- Learn how you can bridge that gap by building microservice-based architectures on top of Java EE.
- Get a hands-on look to compare Spring Boot, Dropwizard, and WildFly Swarm using a handful of familiar patterns, including: exposing a service, configuration at runtime, exposing metrics/insight and calling downstream services in a safe manner.
And if you are interested we also have a bunch of Cheat Sheets – here is the blog that lists the available ones.
Enjoy the books!
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