Travis Jeffery @travisjeffery
edited by Dawn Schanafelt and Katharine Dvorak @katied
Take your Go skills to the next level by learning how to design, develop, and deploy a distributed service. Start from the bare essentials of storage handling, then work your way through networking a client and server, and finally to distributing server instances, deployment, and testing. All this will make coding in your day job or side projects easier, faster, and more fun.
Lay out your applications and libraries to be modular and easy to maintain. Build networked, secure clients and servers with gRPC. Monitor your applications with metrics, logs, and traces to make them debuggable and reliable. Test and benchmark your applications to ensure they’re correct and fast. Build your own distributed services with service discovery and consensus. Write CLIs to configure your applications. Deploy applications to the cloud with Kubernetes and manage them with your own Kubernetes Operator.
Dive into writing Go and join the hundreds of thousands who are using it to build software for the real world.
- Full details: https://pragprog.com/book/tjgo/distributed-services-with-go
- View this book’s portal and details on how to post errata and suggestions here.
Don’t forget you can get 35% off with your Devtalk discount! Just use the coupon code “devtalk.com" at checkout
Latest Threads About This Book
Most Active This Week
Most Active This Month
Most Active This Year
Most Active Last Three Years
Distributed Services with Go: Need a `Close` function to flush buffer before closing store (Page: 29)
Are you this book's author? To be notified of all posts made about it, sign up an account then click here, then select 'watching' from the bell icon in the top right corner.
Get money off!
The Pragmatic Bookshelf
35% off any eBook
Simply use coupon code "devtalk.com" at checkout. See full details here.
We ❤️ helpful members!
We reward our most helpful members via our MOTM scheme - by giving away a whopping 50 books per year!