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Developing Microservices Architecture on Microsoft Azure with Open Source Technologies

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2021-07-27
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
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Deliver microservices architecture, step-by-step: from defining business problems through development, deployment, and monitoring

Increasingly, organizations are modernizing application development by integrating open source technologies into a holistic architecture for delivering high-quality workloads to the cloud. This is a complete, step-by-step guide to building flexible microservices architecture by leveraging Microsoft Azure cloud services, together with key open source technologies such as Java, Node.JS, .NET Core and Angular. Through a realistic case study project, expert Microsoft engineers Ovais Mehboob Ahmed Khan and Arvind Chandaka guide you through every step of technical implementation required to achieve value: establishing end-to-end infrastructure, developing cloud-native applications, automating deployments, monitoring operations, and more.

Microsoft engineers Ovais Mehboob Ahmed Khan and Arvind Chandaka show how to:

  • Define application features and business requirements, and map them onto microservices using modeling techniques
  • Design microservices solution architecture that enables high-quality workloads
  • Develop an application front-end, and build microservices with open source technologies
  • Leverage Azure Kubernetes Services for Docker container orchestration
  • Use various patterns to build reliable and resilient microservices
  • Enforce microservices app security, and use Azure AD B2C for user authentication/authorization
  • Establish an API gateway that provides a unified “front door” to back-end microservices
  • Set up continuous integration and deployment with Azure DevOps
  • Monitor microservices with Azure Monitor and Azure Application Insights

About This Book

For everyone interested in developing microservices, including architects, engineers, and consultants

Will help IT professionals build new applications, modernize existing systems, migrate workloads, improve app management, and more.

Author Biography

Ovais Mehboob Ahmed Khan is a seasoned programmer and solutions architect with nearly 20 years of experience in software development, consultancy, and solution architecture. He has worked with various clients across the United States, Europe, Middle East, and Africa, and he currently works as a Senior Customer Engineer at Microsoft, based in Dubai. He specializes mainly in application development using .NET and other OSS technologies, Microsoft Azure, and DevOps. He is a prolific writer and has published several books on enterprise application architecture, .NET Core, VS Code, and JavaScript, and he has written numerous technical articles on various sites. He likes to talk about technology and has delivered various technical sessions around the world.


Arvind Chandaka is a product manager at Microsoft and has led products across Azure and Cloud + AI Engineering. He has worked with strategy executive teams to grow Microsoft Azure as well as built IP at the company resulting in several services and products. He is a recognized SME in enterprise technology and has advised many Fortune 100 companies and international clients around the world. He specializes across infrastructure, identity, cyber security, open source, and more. A strong believer in empowerment, he works closely with startups, is a founder himself, invests in the entrepreneurial ecosystem, and serves on the board of non-profits in New York City. Arvind earned his Bachelor of Science at Cornell University where he studied several disciplines ranging from computer science to business. In his spare time, you will likely find him at a tennis court or traveling the world for the next great foodie destination.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to microservices

Chapter 2 Modeling microservices—real-life case study

Chapter 3 Build microservices architecture

Chapter 4 Develop microservices and front-end applications

Chapter 5 Microservices on containers

Chapter 6 Communication patterns

Chapter 7 Security in microservices

Chapter 8 Set up Azure API Gateway

Chapter 9 Build and deploy microservices

Chapter 10 Monitoring microservices

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