Microservices is an architectural style in which large, complex software applications are composed of one or more smaller services. Each of these microservices focuses on completing one task that represents a small business capability. These microservices can be developed in any programming language.
This IBM® Redbooks® publication will show how to break out a traditional Java EE application into separate microservices, along with a set of code projects that illustrate the various steps along the way. Using the IBM WebSphere® Application Server Liberty, IBM API Connect™, IBM Bluemix® and other Open Source Frameworks in the Microservices ecosystem to highlight evolution of monoliths to microservices with Java and Node.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Overview of microservices
Chapter 2. Evolution strategies
Chapter 3. Identifying candidates within the monolith
Chapter 4. Enterprise data access patterns
Chapter 5. Security and governance
Chapter 6. Performance
Chapter 7. DevOps and automation
Appendix A. Additional material
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