1. The Case for Microservices
2. Designing Microservices
3. Inter-service Communication
4. Developing Services
5. Data Management
6. Microservices Governance
7. Integrating Microservices
8. Deploying and Running Microservices
9. Service Mesh
10. APIs, Events, and Stream
11. Microservices Security Fundamentals
12. Securing Microservices
Understand the key challenges and solutions around building microservices in the enterprise application environment. This book provides a comprehensive understanding of microservices architectural principles and how to use microservices in real-world scenarios.
Architectural challenges using microservices with service integration and API management are presented and you learn how to eliminate the use of centralized integration products such as the enterprise service bus (ESB) through the use of composite/integration microservices. Concepts in the book are supported with use cases, and emphasis is put on the reality that most of you are implementing in a “brownfield” environment in which you must implement microservices alongside legacy applications with minimal disruption to your business.
Microservices for the Enterprise covers state-of-the-art techniques around microservices messaging, service development and description, service discovery, governance, and data management technologies and guides you through the microservices design process. Also included is the importance of organizing services as core versus atomic, composite versus integration, and API versus edge, and how such organization helps to eliminate the use of a central ESB and expose services through an API gateway.
What You'll Learn
- Design and develop microservices architectures with confidence
- Put into practice the most modern techniques around messaging technologies
- Apply the Service Mesh pattern to overcome inter-service communication challenges
- Apply battle-tested microservices security patterns to address real-world scenarios
- Handle API management, decentralized data management, and observability
Who This Book Is For
Developers and DevOps engineers responsible for implementing applications around a microservices architecture, and architects and analysts who are designing such systems
Kasun Indrasiri is an architect, author, microservices and integration evangelist, and Director of Integration Architecture at WSO2. He has also founded the Microservices, APIs, and Integration Meetup group, which is a vendor-neutral microservices meetup in the San Francisco Bay area, California, USA. Kasun is author of the book Beginning WSO2 ESB (Apress) and has worked as a software architect and a product lead with over seven years of experience in enterprise integration. He is an Apache committer and PMC member. Kasun has spoken at several conferences held in San Francisco, London, and Barcelona on topics relating to enterprise integration and microservices. He also conducts talks at Bay area microservices, container, and cloud-native meetups, and publishes blogs and articles on microservices. He works with many Fortune 100 companies to provide solutions in the enterprise integration and microservices domain.
Prabath Siriwardena is an identity evangelist, author, blogger, and VP of Identity Management and Security at WSO2. He has more than 11 years of industry experience in designing and building critical Identity and Access Management (IAM) infrastructure for global enterprises, including many Fortune 100/500 companies. As a technology evangelist, Prabath has published five books. He blogs on various topics such as Blockchain, PSD2, GDPR, IAM, and microservices security. He also runs a YouTube channel. Prabath has spoken at many conferences, including RSA, Identiverse, European Identity Conference, Consumer Identity World USA, API World, API Strategy & Practice Con, QCon, OSCON, and WSO2Con. He has traveled the world conducting workshops/meetups to evangelize IAM communities. He is the founder of the Silicon Valley IAM User Group, which is the largest IAM meetup in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA.
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