Reactive Microservices Architecture (RMA) is a design pattern that enables the development of highly scalable, resilient, and responsive systems by building microservices that are loosely coupled, message-driven, and responsive to changing conditions. This book “Reactive Microservices Architecture” is a comprehensive guide to understanding and implementing RMA best practices for building and running microservices-based systems.

Throughout the book, you will learn about the principles and practices of RMA, including event-driven architecture, service discovery, and circuit breaking. The book covers the basics of RMA, including its history and evolution, its key concepts, and its relationship to other disciplines such as Microservices Architecture and Reactive Programming. It also provides an in-depth examination of RMA practices such as service discovery, circuit breaking, and event-driven architecture, and how to apply them to real-world systems.

The book also covers the implementation of RMA in various environments, including cloud-native systems, containerized systems, and legacy systems. It covers how to use RMA best practices to improve system scalability, resilience, and responsiveness, and how to use RMA metrics to measure and improve system performance.

It also talks about the importance of communication and collaboration between different teams and stakeholders, such as development, operations, and business teams and it also covers how to build and maintain a culture of RMA within an organization.

This book is written for anyone interested in learning about RMA, whether you are a software engineer, a systems engineer, a DevOps professional, or an IT operations professional. It provides a comprehensive and practical guide to understanding and implementing RMA best practices, and it will give you the skills and knowledge you need to build and run microservices-based systems that are highly scalable, resilient, and responsive to changing conditions.