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Looking to promote my book, "Cloud-Based Microservices"

 
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I recently published my book, "Cloud-Based Microservices." I attempted to capture my work and experience of multiple years in microservices and deploying them with high-availability while catering to elasticity. This book discusses both building applications from the ground-up with microservices and transforming monolithic applications to microservices. It also discusses the underlying concepts of such architecture and how it translates to cloud-based development.
Please find more about the book here. Free preview of every chapter is available at the publisher website.

 
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Chandra Rajasekharaiah wrote:I recently published my book, "Cloud-Based Microservices." I attempted to capture my work and experience of multiple years in microservices and deploying them with high-availability while catering to elasticity. This book discusses both building applications from the ground-up with microservices and transforming monolithic applications to microservices. It also discusses the underlying concepts of such architecture and how it translates to cloud-based development.
Please find more about the book here. Free preview of every chapter is available at the publisher website.



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