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Cloud Native DevOps with Kubernetes: Building, Deploying, and Scaling Modern Applications in the Cloud

Cloud Native DevOps with Kubernetes: Building, Deploying, and Scaling Modern Applications in the Cloud

All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale.

Kubernetes is the operating system of the cloud-native world, providing a reliable and scalable platform for running containerized workloads. This book shows developers and operations staff how to apply industry-standard DevOps practices to Kubernetes in a cloud-native context. You'll learn all about the Kubernetes ecosystem and discover battle-tested solutions to everyday problems.

In this friendly, pragmatic book, cloud experts John Arundel and Justin Domingus show you what Kubernetes can do-and what you can do with it. You'll build, step by step, an example cloud-native application and its supporting infrastructure, along with a development environment and continuous deployment pipeline that you can use for your own applications.

  • Understand containers and Kubernetes from first principles-no experience necessary
  • Run your own clusters or choose a managed Kubernetes service from Amazon, Google, and others
  • Design your own cloud-native services and infrastructure
  • Use Kubernetes to manage resource usage and the container lifecycle
  • Optimize clusters for cost, performance, resilience, capacity, and scalability
  • Learn the best tools for developing, testing, and deploying your applications
  • Apply the latest industry practices for observability and monitoring
  • Secure your containers and clusters in production
  • Adopt DevOps principles to help make your development teams lean, fast, and effective

Cloud Native Infrastructure: Patterns for Scalable Infrastructure and Applications in a Dynamic Environment

Cloud Native Infrastructure: Patterns for Scalable Infrastructure and Applications in a Dynamic Environment

Cloud native infrastructure is more than servers, network and storage in the cloudóit is as much about operational hygiene as it is about elasticity and scalability. In this book, youíll learn practices, patterns and requirements for creating infrastructure that meets your needs, capable of managing the full life cycle of cloud native applications.
Justin Garrison and Kris Nova reveal hard-earned lessons on architecting infrastructure from companies such as Google, Amazon and Netflix. They draw inspiration from projects adopted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and provide examples of patterns seen in existing tools such as Kubernetes
With this book, you will:

Understand why cloud native infrastructure is necessary to effectively run cloud native applications
Use guidelines to decide whenóand ifóyour business should adopt cloud native practices
Learn patterns for deploying and managing infrastructure and applications
Design tests to prove that your infrastructure works as intended, even in a variety of edge cases
Learn how to secure infrastructure with policy as code

Seeking SRE: Conversations About Running Production Systems at Scale

Seeking SRE: Conversations About Running Production Systems at Scale

All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale.

Organizations big and small have started to realize just how crucial system and application reliability is to their business. They’ve also learned just how difficult it is to maintain that reliability while iterating at the speed demanded by the marketplace. Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a proven approach to this challenge.

SRE is a large and rich topic to discuss. Google led the way with Site Reliability Engineering, the wildly successful O’Reilly book that described Google’s creation of the discipline and the implementation that’s allowed them to operate at a planetary scale. Inspired by that earlier work, this book explores a very different part of the SRE space. The more than two dozen chapters in Seeking SRE bring you into some of the important conversations going on in the SRE world right now.

Listen as engineers and other leaders in the field discuss:

  • Different ways of implementing SRE and SRE principles in a wide variety of settings
  • How SRE relates to other approaches such as DevOps
  • Specialties on the cutting edge that will soon be commonplace in SRE
  • Best practices and technologies that make practicing SRE easier
  • The important but rarely explored human side of SRE
David N. Blank-Edelman is the book’s curator and editor.

Kubernetes Cookbook: Building Cloud Native Applications

Kubernetes Cookbook: Building Cloud Native Applications


If your organization is preparing to move toward a cloud-native computing architecture, this cookbook shows you how to successfully use Kubernetes, the de-facto standard for automating the deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications. with more than 80 proven recipes, developers, system administrators and architects will quickly learn how to get started with Kubernetes and understand its powerful API.

Through the course of the book, authors Sebastien Goasguen and Michael Hausenblas provide several detailed solutions for installing, interacting with and using Kubernetes in development and production. You'll learn how to adapt the system to your particular needs and become familiar with the wider Kubernetes ecosystem. Each standalone chapter features recipes written in O'Reilly's popular problem-solution-discussion format.

Recipes in this cookbook focus on:


Creating a Kubernetes cluster

Using the Kubernetes command-line interface

Managing fundamental workload types

Working with services

Exploring the Kubernetes API

Managing stateful and non-cloud native apps

Working with volumes and configuration data

Cluster-level and application-level scaling

Securing your applications

Monitoring and logging

Maintenance and troubleshooting

The Site Reliability Workbook: Practical Ways to Implement SRE

The Site Reliability Workbook: Practical Ways to Implement SRE

in 2016, Google site reliability engineering book ignited an industry discussion on what it means to run production services today—and why reliability considerations are fundamental to service design. Now, Google engineers who worked on that bestseller introduce , A hands-on companion that uses concrete examples to show you how to put SRE principles and practices to work in your environment.
This new workbook not only combines practical examples from Google experiences, but also provides case studies from Google cloud platform customers who underwent this journey. Evernote, the home Depot, , and other companies outline hard-won experiences of what worked for them and what didn’t.
dive into this workbook and learn how to flesh out your own SRE practice, no matter what size your company is.
you’ll learn:

How to run reliable services in environments you don’t completely controlled cloud
How to convert existing ops teams to including how to dig out of operational overload
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Microservices in Action

Microservices in Action

Description

Microservices promise a better way to sustainably deliver business impact. Rather than a single monolithic unit, applications built in this style are composed from loosely-coupled, autonomous services.

 

Microservices in Action is a practical book about building and deploying microservice-based applications. Written for developers and architects with a solid grasp of service-oriented development, it tackles the challenge of putting microservices into production.

 

Key features

·    Review of microservice architecture

·    Written by authors with daily, hands-on experience

·    Building a delivery pipeline for microservices

 

Audience

Readers should be intermediate developers with some knowledge of enterprise application architecture.


About the technology

Microservices change the dev process, maximizing the efficiency and independence of small teams. To be successful, developers, team leaders, and architects need to master both the implementation details and the big picture of how microservices work in a production environment.

 

Morgan Bruce and Paulo A. Pereira have years of experience building distributed applications, with particular expertise in the high-stakes finance and identity verification industries. They work daily with microservices in a production environment using the tools and techniques presented in this book.

Spring Microservices in Action

Spring Microservices in Action

Spring Boot and Spring Cloud offer Java developers an easy migration path from traditional monolithic Spring applications to microservice-based applications that can be deployed to multiple cloud platforms.

 

Spring Microservices in Action teaches readers how to use the Spring Boot and Spring Cloud frameworks to build and deploy microservice-based cloud applications. By the end of this book, readers will not only be able to build their own microservice-based applications, but will know how to operationalize and scale their microservices so they can deployed to a private or public cloud.

 

Key Features:

·    Good introduction to the microservice pattern

·    Hands-on examples

·    Real-world examples

·    Teaches how to build microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

 

This book is for developers with some Java and Spring experience. Knowledge of building web-based services with SOAP or REST is helpful but not required.

 

About the Technology:  

The Spring Boot and Spring Cloud frameworks let developers quickly build microservices that are ready to be deployed to a private corporate cloud or a public cloud like Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Pivotal’s CloudFoundry.

Microservice Patterns: With examples in Java

Microservice Patterns: With examples in Java

Description

All aspects of software development and deployment become painfully slow. The solution is to adopt the microservice architecture. This architecture accelerates software development and enables continuous delivery and deployment of complex software applications.

 

Microservice Patterns teaches enterprise developers and architects how to build applications with the microservice architecture. This book also teaches readers how to refactor a monolithic application to a microservice architecture.

 

Key features

·    In-depth guide

·    Practical examples

·    Step-by-step instructions

 

Audience

Readers should be familiar with the basics of enterprise application architecture, design, and implementation.

 

About the technology

Microservice architecture accelerates software development and enables continuous delivery and deployment of complex software applications.

 

Author biography

Chris Richardson is a developer and architect. He is a Java Champion, a JavaOne rock star and the author of POJOs in Action, which describes how to build enterprise Java applications with frameworks such as Spring and Hibernate. Chris was also the founder of the original CloudFoundry.com, an early Java PaaS for Amazon EC2. Today, he is a recognized thought leader in microservices. Chris is the creator of http://microservices.io , a website describing how to develop and deploy microservices. He provides microservices consulting and training and is working on his third startup http://eventuate.io , an application platform for developing microservices.

Microservice Patterns and Best Practices: Explore patterns like CQRS and event sourcing to create scalable, maintainable, and testable microservices

Microservice Patterns and Best Practices: Explore patterns like CQRS and event sourcing to create scalable, maintainable, and testable microservices

Explore the concepts and tools you need to discover the world of microservices with various design patterns Key Features Get to grips with the microservice architecture and build enterprise-ready microservice applications Learn design patterns and the best practices while building a microservice application Obtain hands-on techniques and tools to create high-performing microservices resilient to possible fails Book DescriptionMicroservices are a hot trend in the development world right now. Many enterprises have adopted this approach to achieve agility and the continuous delivery of applications to gain a competitive advantage. This book will take you through different design patterns at different stages of the microservice application development along with their best practices. Microservice Patterns and Best Practices starts with the learning of microservices key concepts and showing how to make the right choices while designing microservices. You will then move onto internal microservices application patterns, such as caching strategy, asynchronism, CQRS and event sourcing, circuit breaker, and bulkheads. As you progress, you'll learn the design patterns of microservices. The book will guide you on where to use the perfect design pattern at the application development stage and how to break monolithic application into microservices. You will also be taken through the best practices and patterns involved while testing, securing, and deploying your microservice application. At the end of the book, you will easily be able to create interoperable microservices, which are testable and prepared for optimum performance. What you will learn How to break monolithic application into microservices Implement caching strategies, CQRS and event sourcing, and circuit breaker patterns Incorporate different microservice design patterns, such as shared data, aggregator, proxy, and chained Utilize consolidate testing patterns such as integration, signature, and monkey tests Secure microservices with JWT, API gateway, and single sign on Deploy microservices with continuous integration or delivery, Blue-Green deployment Who this book is forThis book is for architects and senior developers who would like implement microservice design patterns in their enterprise application development. The book assumes some prior programming knowledge.

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