Build enterprise-grade microservice ecosystems with intensive case studies using C#
* Learn to build message-based microservices
* Packed with case studies to explain the intricacies of large-scale microservices
* Build scalable, modular, and robust architectures with C#
C# is a powerful language when it comes to building applications and software architecture using rich libraries and tools such as .NET.
This book will harness the strength of C# in developing microservices architectures and applications.
This book shows developers how to develop an enterprise-grade, event-driven, asynchronous, message-based microservice framework using C#, .NET, and various open source tools. We will discuss how to send and receive messages, how to design many types of microservice that are truly usable in a corporate environment. We will also dissect each case and explain the code, best practices, pros and cons, and more.
Through our journey, we will use many open source tools, and create file monitors, a machine learning microservice, a quantitative financial microservice that can handle bonds and credit default swaps, a deployment microservice to show you how to better manage your deployments, and memory, health status, and other microservices. By the end of this book, you will have a complete microservice ecosystem you can place into production or customize in no time.
What you will learn
* Explore different open source tools within the context of designing microservices
* Learn to provide insulation to exception-prone function calls
* Build common messages used between microservices for communication
* Learn to create a microservice using our base class and interface
* Design a quantitative financial machine microservice
* Learn to design a microservice that is capable of using Blockchain technology
Who This Book Is For
C# developers, software architects, and professionals who want to master the art of designing the microservice architecture that is scalable based on environment. Developers should have a basic understanding of.NET application development using C# and Visual Studio
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