Microservices with Kubernetes: Non-Programmer’s Handbook

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Let’s ask three basic questions:

How can faster and more reliable software be developed?

As the industry is moving towards maximum digitization there is a consensus that DevOps practices help you deliver software faster, more reliable, and with fewer errors.

What Architecture would the DevOps Culture follow?

Now DevOps requires loosely coupled architecture for flexibility in application development. Microservices are a way to build software that allows functional pieces to be managed (and developed) independently, but work together via an application programming interface (API) to provide a functional system.

How can Microservices deployment be automated?

Kubernetes is a container orchestration engine (COE) that deploys and manages container-based applications. In case on services fails, Kubernetes is ‘smart’ enough to launch another copy of the service to make sure that the requisite number of services are still running.

You may be a consultant, advisor, project manager or a novice in the IT industry. After going through this guide you'll be able to appreciate DevOps, Microservices, and other related concepts like Kanban, Scrum, Agile, SOA, Monolith Architecture, Docker, Kubernetes, etc.

You'll also get to know about the leaders in Microservices and Kubernetes adoption and the impact it had on the overall agility and hyper-growth of the adopters. This audiobook covers the complete lifecycle for your understanding like: integrating, testing, deploying, and the security concerns while deploying it.

I am confident that after going through the audiobook you will be able to navigate the discussion with any stakeholder and take your agenda ahead, as per your role. Additionally, if you are new to the industry and looking for an application development job, this audiobook will help you to prepare with all the relevant information and understanding of the topic.

©2018 Stephen Fleming (P)2018 Stephen Fleming

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Good audiobook on Microservices..

I felt it is quite good theoretically and gives you good understanding to start things practically.

There is a chapter on Testing of Microservices and also good chapter on Security, Deployments of Microservices..
A good listen for Audiobook listeners..

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Wikipedia on Audiobook

This sets the bar so low for quality on what can be published.
Worthless and a complete waste of money and time.