“.NET Microservices Architecture” is a comprehensive guide to designing and building microservices using the .NET framework.
1- Introduction to Microservices: This section provides an overview of microservices architecture, including its key concepts, benefits, and challenges.
2- Advantages of using .NET for Microservices: This section highlights the advantages of using the .NET framework for building microservices, including its performance, scalability, and security.
3- Exploring the .NET Microservices Architecture: This section provides a deeper dive into the .NET microservices architecture, including its components, such as the .NET Core runtime and ASP.NET Core, and how they work together to support containerization and deployment.
4- Building and Deploying .NET Microservices: This section provides step-by-step instructions for building and deploying .NET microservices, including how to create and configure containers, manage dependencies, and test and deploy services.
5- Integrating .NET Microservices with External Services: This section covers how to integrate .NET microservices with external services, such as databases, messaging systems, and cloud services.
6- Monitoring and Managing .NET Microservices: This section explains how to monitor and manage .NET microservices, including how to set up logging, error handling, and performance monitoring.
7- Securing .NET Microservices: This section covers security best practices for .NET microservices, including authentication, authorization, and encryption.
8- Conclusion: This section summarizes the key points covered in the book, and provides recommendations for architects and developers looking to implement .NET microservices.
“NET Microservices: Architecture for Containerized .NET Applications” is an essential resource for architects and developers looking to design and build microservices using the .NET framework. Whether you are starting from scratch or have some experience with .NET, this book provides the knowledge and guidance you need to build successful microservices that are scalable, secure, and highly available.
Cesar de la Torre, Bill Wagner, Mike Rousos (PDF)