Practical Site Reliability Engineering
Site reliability engineering (SRE) is being touted as the most competent paradigm in establishing and ensuring next-generation high-quality software solutions.
This book starts by introducing you to the SRE paradigm and covers the need for highly reliable IT platforms and infrastructures. As you make your way through the next set of chapters, you will learn to develop microservices using Spring Boot and make use of RESTful frameworks. You will also learn about GitHub for deployment, containerization, and Docker containers. Practical Site Reliability Engineering teaches you to set up and sustain containerized cloud environments, and also covers architectural and design patterns and reliability implementation techniques such as reactive programming, and languages such as Ballerina and Rust. In the concluding chapters, you will get well-versed with service mesh solutions such as Istio and Linkerd, and understand service resilience test practices, API gateways, and edge/fog computing.
By the end of this book, you will have gained experience on working with SRE concepts and be able to deliver highly reliable apps and services.
|Course Length||11 hours 42 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||30 Nov 2018|
|Reliable IT systems – the emerging traits and tips|
|MSA for reliable software|
|Service mesh solutions|
|Microservices design – best practices|
|Asynchronous messaging patterns for event-driven microservices|
|The role of EDA to produce reactive applications|
|Reliable IT infrastructures|
|Infrastructure as code|