Microservices is an architectural style in which large, complex software applications are composed of one or more smaller services. Each of these microservices focuses on completing one task that represents a small business capability. These microservices can be developed in any programming language. This book covers Microservices best practices for Java.
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Table of Contents
Creating Microservices in Java
From development to production
Management and Operations
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