Practicing Quarkus 2.x
Number of pages: 250
Microservices is an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of distributed services. Microservices are certainly appealing but there are many questions that should be asked prior to diving into this architectural style: How do I deal with an unreliable network in a distributed architecture? How do I test my services? How do I monitor them? How do I package and execute them?
That’s when Quarkus comes into play.
In this fascicle you will develop an entire microservice application using Quarkus as well as MicroProfile. You will expose REST endpoints using JAX-RS and OpenAPI, customise the JSON output thanks to JSON-B and deal with persistence and transaction with Hibernate ORM with Panache and JTA. Having distributed microservices, you will implement health checks and add some metrics so you can monitor your microservice architecture. Finally, thanks to GraalVM you will build native executables, and package and execute them with Docker.
This fascicle is very practical. It is the companion book of the more theoretical Understanding Quarkus 2.x where you’ll learn more about Quarkus, MicroProfile, REST and reactive microservices, as well as Cloud Native and GraalVM.
Table of Contents
This ebook is 250 pages long and is structured in the following way:
- Developing the REST Number Microservice
- Developing the REST Book Microservice
- Installing the Vintage Store User Interface
- Adding Communication and Fault Tolerance
- Monitoring the Microservices
- Deploying the Application
- First Step with Quarkus
- Understanding Quarkus
- Getting Started