Part III: Implementing Microservices

Part III demonstrates how microservices can be implemented. After studying the chapters in this part the reader should be able to not only design microservice-based architectures but also implement them and evaluate effects the microservices approach may have on his or her organization.

Chapter 7, “Architecture of Microservice-Based Systems,” describes the architecture of microservice-based systems. It focuses on the interplay between individual microservices.

The domain architecture deals with domain-driven design as the basis of microservice-based architectures and shows metrics that allow you to measure the quality of the architecture. Architecture management is a challenge: It can be difficult to keep ...

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