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Summary

This book is an exploration of microservices and how to build them. It begins by explaining what they are, so as to help the listener better understand them. After listening to this book, you will know how and where microservices are used. The following topics are discussed in this book:

  • Technology heterogeneity, resilience, sealing, and deployment (hacks #1 and #2)
  • Managing complex systems (hacks #3 and #4)
  • Checklists (hack #5)
  • Integration (hacks #6 to #10)

And much, much more!

©2015 Yap Kee Chong (P)2015 Yap Kee Chong

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  • Jonathon
  • 30-09-16

It's okay

It's short but worth a $2 listen if you are thinking of moving to a DDD/Microservices architecture.

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  • Dan Collins
  • 14-06-17

Quick, Crisp and Informative Overview

This book is a great listen. It does not demand too much of the listener and does a good job of arming the senior level IT leader with solid context on not only how microservice based systems are conceptualized from scratch but also how they can be integrated into legacy monoliths. This book is a good conversation starter but not much more than that.

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  • fellow traveler
  • 12-06-17

solid attempt at underserved tech lit segment

solid overview. would benefit from including PDF with TOC and checklists referred to in audiobook

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  • James Meyerson
  • 20-02-18

disappointed...not much meat ..

not much meat and light overall full of cliche terminology and no real understand in of material

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  • NELSON
  • 28-01-18

Too short, too superficial

Seems like a summary of the book Building Microservices, from Sam Newman. It is very superficial and short.

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  • Divya Rajaiyan
  • 15-01-18

the book is a beginner tutorial

this book is good for a overview at a high level. for deep dive we should refer other books