Microservices in .NET Core provides a complete guide to building microservice applications. After a crystal-clear introduction to the microservices architectural style, the book will teach you practical development skills in that style, using OWIN and Nancy.
About the Technology
Microservice applications are built by connecting single-capability, autonomous components that communicate via APIs. These systems can be challenging to develop because they demand clearly defined interfaces and reliable infrastructure. Fortunately for .NET developers, OWIN (the Open Web Interface for .NET), and the Nancy web framework help minimize plumbing code and simplify the task of building microservice-based applications.
About the Book
Microservices in .NET Core provides a complete guide to building microservice applications. After a crystal-clear introduction to the microservices architectural style, the book will teach you practical development skills in that style, using OWIN and Nancy. You'll design and build individual services in C# and learn how to compose them into a simple but functional application back end. Along the way, you'll address production and operations concerns like monitoring, logging, and security.
- Design robust and ops-friendly services
- Build HTTP APIs with Nancy
- Expose events via feeds with Nancy
- Use OWIN middleware for plumbing
About the Reader
This book is written for C# developers. No previous experience with microservices required.
About the Author
Christian Horsdal Gammelgaard is a Nancy committer and a Microsoft MVP.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Getting started with microservices
Chapter 1: Microservices at a glance
Chapter 2: A basic shopping cart microservice
Part 2: Building microservices
Chapter 3: Identifying and scoping microservices
Chapter 4: Microservice collaboration
Chapter 5: Data ownership and data storage
Chapter 6: Designing for robustness
Chapter 7: Writing tests for microservices
Part 3: Handling cross-cutting concerns: building a reusable microservice platform
Chapter 8: Introducing OWIN: writing and testing OWIN middleware
Chapter 9: Cross-cutting concerns: monitoring and logging
Chapter 10: Securing microservice-to- microservice communication
Chapter 11: Building a reusable microservice platform
Part 4: Building applications
Chapter 12: Creating applications over microservices
Appendix A: Development environment setup
Appendix B: Deploying to production