Apply microservices patterns to build resilient and scalable distributed systems
Understand the challenges of building large-scale microservice landscapes
Build cloud-native production-ready microservices with this comprehensive guide
Discover how to get the best out of Spring Cloud, Kubernetes, and Istio when used together
Microservices architecture allows developers to build and maintain applications with ease, and enterprises are rapidly adopting it to build software using Spring Boot as their default framework. With this book, you’ll learn how to efficiently build and deploy microservices using Spring Boot.
This microservices book will take you through tried and tested approaches to building distributed systems and implementing microservices architecture in your organization. Starting with a set of simple cooperating microservices developed using Spring Boot, you’ll learn how you can add functionalities such as persistence, make your microservices reactive, and describe their APIs using Swagger/OpenAPI. As you advance, you’ll understand how to add different services from Spring Cloud to your microservice system. The book also demonstrates how to deploy your microservices using Kubernetes and manage them with Istio for improved security and traffic management. Finally, you’ll explore centralized log management using the EFK stack and monitor microservices using Prometheus and Grafana.
By the end of this book, you’ll be able to build microservices that are scalable and robust using Spring Boot and Spring Cloud.
What you will learn
Build reactive microservices using Spring Boot
Develop resilient and scalable microservices using Spring Cloud
Use OAuth 2.0/OIDC and Spring Security to protect public APIs
Implement Docker to bridge the gap between development, testing, and production
Deploy and manage microservices using Kubernetes
Apply Istio for improved security, observability, and traffic management
Who this book is for
This book is for Java and Spring developers and architects who want to learn how to break up their existing monoliths into microservices and deploy them either on-premises or in the cloud using Kubernetes as a container orchestrator and Istio as a service Mesh. No familiarity with microservices architecture is required to get started with this book.