Microservices in Go: Use Go to Build Scalable Backends Matthew Campbell
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Let's first look at why you should consider using microservices. Using events such as UserCreated makes our backend code better in many ways. Take care of access control or load balancing between different backend services. NGINX Plus offers a mature, scalable, high-performance web server and by calling an authentication service, before routing the request to a back-end service . Microservices in Go: Use Go to Build Scalable Backends by Matthew Campbell, 9781491942550, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Socket when they go down, and then recovered when they return. Fishpond Australia, Microservices in Go: Use Go to Build Scalable Backends by Matthew Campbell. Monolithic applications can also be difficult to scale when different modules modules, integrate the changes, and deploy them in one go. As you build out services in your architecture, you will notice that On your own infrastructure, you can use dynamic DNS backends like BIND-DLZ for registration . This blog post is the first in a 7-part series about designing, building, & deploying microservices. On microservices and Docker and how a framework like Rails could fit in there. Changes should be applied at build time and not run time. Learn why and how to build microservices using API gateways for communication All requests from clients first go through the API Gateway. Let's start by going through what micro-services and events mean and principles by-the-book in your project in order to make use of events.