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Microservices Reference Architecture

by Chris Stetson

Microservices Reference Architecture

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Book Description

The move to microservices is a seismic shift in web application development and delivery. Because we believe moving to microservices is crucial to the success of our customers, we at NGINX have launched a dedicated program to develop NGINX software features and development practices in support of microservices.

We also recognize that there are many different approaches to implementing microservices, many of them novel and specific to the needs of individual development teams. We think there is a need for models to make it easier for companies to develop and deliver their own microservices‑based applications.

With all this in mind, we have developed the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture (MRA) - a set of models that you can use to create your own microservices applications.

This open book is licensed under a Open Publication License (OPL). You can download Microservices Reference Architecture ebook for free in PDF format (1.7 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture Overview
Chapter 2
The Proxy Model
Chapter 3
The Router Mesh Model
Chapter 4
The Fabric Model
Chapter 5
Adapting the Twelve‑Factor App for Microservices
Chapter 6
Implementing the Circuit Breaker Pattern with NGINX Plus
Chapter 7
Building a Web Frontend for Microservices

Book Details

Title
Microservices Reference Architecture
Subject
Computer Science
Publisher
Nginx
Published
2017
Pages
58
Edition
1
Language
English
PDF Size
1.7 MB
License
Open Publication License

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