About the Book
Comprehensive treatment of Microservices Architecture for Spring
Microservices facilitate autonomy with responsibility. Microservices engender systems that provide flexibility and composability in terms of architecture, scalability and operational semantics. Microservices when done right increase the productivity of product teams by reducing developer cognitive load and separating concerns. Microservices unlike monolith applications decouple change cycles and enable frequent deploys of small well-tested cohesive components to production leading to quicker turnaround of features and a data driven analytic application. Practical Microservices provides a pragmatic approach and advice on how to implement a performant sustainable microservices architecture leveraging the number one Java Framework in the Enterprise.
About the Author
Technology and Transformation Leader
Rohit leads the Pivotal Labs App Modernization Practice in engineering, delivery training & cross-functional enablement, tooling, scoping, selling, recruiting, marketing, blog posts, webinars and conference sessions. Rohit has led multiple enterprise engagements including ones featured in the Wall Street Journal. Rohit focuses on designing, implementing and consulting with enterprise software solutions for Fortune 500 companies. Rohit has mastered digital transformation, streaming & microservices architectures, modern application design and legacy-to-modern software transformation techniques and processes. Rohit is an expert on migrating applications to the cloud and decomposing monoliths. Rohit actively blogs on cloud foundry, kubernetes, decomposing monoliths and app modernization strategies on cloud.rohitkelapure.com. Rohit's recent webinars include topics as diverse as middleware migration, Mainframe migration and modernizing monolithic apps. Rohit has formulated GTM, marketing and product strategies for the Pivotal App Modernization Practice.