3 Getting started with cloud native development

This chapter covers

  • Bootstrapping a cloud native project
  • Working with embedded servers and Tomcat
  • Building a RESTful application with Spring MVC
  • Testing a RESTful application with Spring Test
  • Automating the build and tests with GitHub Actions

The cloud native landscape is so broad that getting started can be overwhelming. In part 1 of this book, you got a theoretical introduction to cloud native applications and the processes supporting them, and you had a first hands-on experience building a minimal Spring Boot application and deploying it to Kubernetes as a container. All of that will help you better understand the overall cloud native picture and correctly place the topics I’ll be covering ...

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