Building Microservices with Lagom [Video]

More Information
Learn
  • Use microservices using the Lagom framework
  • Get to grips with the Gatling tool
  • Implement a circuit breaker
  • Test the performance of microservices using Gatling
  • Get latency and throughput measurements
About

The Lagom architecture is an open source framework for building reactive microservices.

The video course will help you to build microservices that have a very high-throughput and low latency.You will find out how to implement a circuit breaker to make the service more resilient. In order to achieve this, you will learn how to set up performance tests with Gatling and will be trained on how to use Gatling efficiently. At the end, you will create a microservice using the Lagom framework.

Style and Approach

This course gives you both the theoretical understanding and the practical knowledge you need to create microservices using the Lagom framework through real-world examples.

Features
  • Learn hands-on to implement the circuit breaker
  • Understand how to set up a performance test using the Gatling tool
  • This tutorial is packed with real-world examples on developing microservices using the Lagom framework
Course Length 55 minutes
ISBN 9781788292658
Date Of Publication 28 Apr 2017

Authors

Tomasz Lelek

Tomasz Lelek is a Software Engineer and DevOps. He has been working as a software engineer with key operational management duties for tens of microservices infrastructures for 6 years leveraging Kubernetes from the beginning (2014) and Docker for over 6 years. In addition, he has worked in the cloud ecosystem with hundreds of deployments automated using Kubernetes. Moreover, his expertise encompasses implementing the automation of rolling deployments of services that had zero downtime during their new release. He has created several courses about automation using Kubernetes (all courses are available at https://github.com/tomekl007/Packt_Publishing_courses_by_Tomasz_Lelek). He has conducted multiple conferences and presented on topics including Java and JVM-related technologies.