Hands-On Microservices with Django

Hands-On Microservices with Django

eBook Details:

  • Paperback: 278 pages
  • Publisher: WOW! eBook (May 3, 2024)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1835468527
  • ISBN-13: 978-1835468524

eBook Description:

Hands-On Microservices with Django: Build cloud-native and reactive applications with Python using Django 5. Unlock the potential of microservices architecture and master the art of building scalable and resilient web applications using Django.

Are you a Django developer looking to leverage microservices to create optimized and scalable web applications? If yes, then this book is for you. With microservices, you can split an application into self-contained services, each with a specific scope running asynchronously while collectively executing processes. Written by an experienced Python developer, Hands-On Microservices with Django teaches you how to develop and deploy microservices using Django and accompanying components such as Celery and Redis.

You’ll start by learning the principles of microservices and message/task queues and how to design them effectively. Next, you’ll focus on building your first microservices with Django RESTful APIs (DFR) and RabbitMQ, mastering the fundamentals along the way. As you progress, you’ll get to grips with dockerizing your microservices. Later, you’ll discover how to optimize and secure them for production environments.

  • Understand the architecture of microservices and how Django implements it
  • Build microservices that leverage community-standard components such as Celery, RabbitMQ, and Redis
  • Test microservices and deploy them with Docker
  • Enhance the security of your microservices for production readiness
  • Boost microservice performance through caching
  • Implement best practices to design and deploy high-performing microservices

By the end of this Hands-On Microservices with Django book, you’ll have the skills you need to design and develop production-ready Django microservices applications with DFR, Celery/RabbitMQ, Redis, and Django’s cache framework.

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