I am pleased to announce that my upcoming book “Vert.x in Action: Asynchronous and Reactive Applications in Java” is now available from the Manning early-access program (MEAP): (See below for the exclusive Red Hat Developer discount code)
As enterprise applications become larger and more distributed, new architectural approaches like reactive designs, microservices, and event streams are required knowledge. The Eclipse Vert.x framework provides a mature, rock-solid toolkit for building reactive applications using Java, Kotlin, or Scala. Vert.x in Action teaches you to build responsive, resilient, and scalable JVM applications with Vert.x using well-established reactive design patterns.
Vert.x in Action teaches you to build highly-scalable reactive enterprise applications. In this practical developer’s guide, Vert.x expert Julien Ponge gets you up to speed in the basics of asynchronous programming as you learn to design and code reactive applications. Using the Vert.x asynchronous APIs, you’ll build services including web stack, messaging, authentication, and access control. You’ll also dive into deployment of container-native components with Docker, Kubernetes, and OpenShift. Along the way, you’ll check your app’s health and learn to test its resilience to external service failures.
The interesting thing with Manning MEAP is that readers can strongly influence the final book by providing their feedback as the chapters are being published. Get the MEAP, review the chapters as they are written, and help shape the final book.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Red Hat Developer exclusive: get 40% off with the “vertxrh40” promo code.
- Introduction to Eclipse Vert.x (Part 1) - Clement Escoffier's series on the Red Hat Developer Blog
- 5 Things to Know About Reactive Programming
- Asynchronous communication between microservices using AMQP and Vert.x
- Red Hat Data Grid on Three Clouds (the details behind the demo) - Read about the live demo that used Reactive with Vert.x, OpenWhisk, and Red Hat Data Grid (Infinispan) across three separate cloud instances
- Eclipse Vert.x website
- Vert.x documentation
- A gentle guide to asynchronous programming with Eclipse Vert.x for Java developers