Microservices Design Patterns in .NET
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This comprehensive guide written by experienced software engineer Trevoir Williams covers several patterns and design approaches need to know about when building microservices in .NET.
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In "Microservices Design Patterns in .NET," you'll discover:
- The fundamental principles of microservices architecture and how it differs from traditional monolithic approaches.
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- Techniques for scaling your microservices to handle increased traffic and load, using containerization and orchestration tools like Docker and Kubernetes.
- Best practices for testing, monitoring, and securing your microservices, including using logging and metrics to identify issues and respond quickly.
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