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Designing and Deploying Microservices

Microservices architecture is the new standard for building applications. Converting your apps to a microservices approach makes them more flexible, more stable, and far faster and easier to update. However, questions arise as to how to make the transition.

The seven-part series on microservices development published in the NGINX blog provided many of the answers. Now, we have created an ebook that combines these blog posts with information on how to use NGINX Plus to bring microservices to life as you develop and deploy your apps.

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Handy reference - Our microservices blog posts are extremely popular. This ebook includes all the blog post content plus additional information, pointers, and links.
Soup to nuts for microservices - The book dives into knotty topics, from design, to inter-process communication, to data management. Chapter 7 describes how to convert a monolithic application to microservices, one service at a time.
Implementation with NGINX - The Foreword and sidebars tie microservices to features of NGINX and NGINX Plus, showing you how to use NGINX to implement microservices.
Using the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture - The book describes how to use the MRA’s three models to implement microservices architectures of varying complexity and capability. (Estimated public availability at nginx.conf 2016).

About the Authors
Chris Richardson
Chris Richardson is the founder of the original CloudFoundry.com, an early Java PaaS (Platform as a Service) for Amazon EC2. He now consults with organizations to improve how they develop and deploy applications. He also blogs regularly about microservices at http://microservices.io.
Floyd Earl Smith
Floyd Earl Smith has been involved in application development since Apple II days and has written many books on hardware and software topics. He now writes for the NGINX blog and co-hosts many NGINX webinars.

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