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Back into Action - Spring In Action 5

 
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I am really excited to see my much awaited title is out now. Many thanks Craig for helping many Spring developers to put Spring really in action over through past four editions.

Spring as well as project development landscape has changed a lot over the years. Would like to understand how this revised edition can help to understand and adopt to micro-service architecture quickly, as it's need of an hour for today's agile world ?
 
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This edition does cover microservices, although that isn't the main message of the book. In chapters 13-15, I cover service registry (Eureka), config server, and the circuit breaker pattern (Hystrix) as a taste of what I believe are some of the most elemental pieces of working with microservices in Spring. And while I try to give some high-level insight into what it means to work with microservices, I only scratch the surface. Other books from Manning such as "Cloud Native" (Cornelia Davis), "Spring Microservices in Action" (John Carnell), and "Microservices Patterns" (Chris Richardson) might be what you want if you want more focus on working with microservices.

Chintan Sanghavi wrote:I am really excited to see my much awaited title is out now. Many thanks Craig for helping many Spring developers to put Spring really in action over through past four editions.

Spring as well as project development landscape has changed a lot over the years. Would like to understand how this revised edition can help to understand and adopt to micro-service architecture quickly, as it's need of an hour for today's agile world ?

 
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