About this book
Despite its popularity, people and organizations still struggle to use the cloud or make the most of its features. Many choose microservices architecture by default without really understanding the business context, architectural considerations, and future implications. Designing Distributed Systems with .NET and Azure provides a hands-on approach to cloud implementation and associated methodologies that will have you up and running, and productive in no time.
With this book, you’ll learn how to architect and build the right type of distributed solution. You’ll get to grips with distributed systems from the ground up, focusing on planning, architecting, building, and deploying using .NET and Microsoft Azure.
The book starts by helping you understand the difference between monolithic systems and microservices and later demonstrates how to secure distributed systems using Azure-based security. Next, you’ll focus on distributed programming models and algorithms before progressing to learning why DevOps is important and understanding how to deploy your solution automatically to the cloud. Finally, you’ll explore how to test distributed systems.
By the end of this book, you'll have learned how to architect, build, and deploy distributed apps and be able to decide whether these distributed apps should be based on microservices or monolithic services.
- Publication date:
- September 2021