I got the chance to visit Porto quickly for two days 🤩 yeah 😅 for only 48 hours !
Google presents Istio as an open platform to connect, monitor, and secure microservices.
Istio is a service mesh implementation that provides many cloud-native capabilities like:
Istio delivers all these great features without any changes to the code of the microservices running with it on the same Kubernetes cluster.
In our case, we already implemented many of these features and capabilities when we were writing our microservices. If we had Istio at the beginning, we could save so much effort and time, by delegating all of these capabilities to Istio.
I just updated my book « Playing with Java Microservices with Kubernetes and OpenShift » 😃
The release changelog:
I will be covering more and more subjects, like Okta, MQs, BPMs, etc..
I am available for an on-demand chapters. So if you are interested in some specific subject about Java Microservices, just get in touch with me 😁
Tomorrow, I will give a talk for the Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) titled “Introduction to the containerization security“. The talk is intended for the students of Computer Sciences students. It aims to introduce the Containerization and the benefits of Containers in matters of Web Applications Security.
Today, November 24th 2018, I released my new book Playing with Java Microservices on Kubernetes and OpenShift!! Finally, after ten months of work, tests, POCs and many edition iterations, the newborn is here !
The book is edited and sold on the LeanPub platform:
The book is sold mainly in two different offers:
I have some ideas about making some other packages, I will post about them soon ! Stay tuned !!
I hope that this book satisfies all your needs about the Java Microservices in the Kubernetes and OpenShift ecosystem..
Many other subjects will be covered.. Yeah ! LeanPub gives me the opportunity to deliver as many updates that I can write 😀 this is cool ! you pay once, you get everything !!
I will be in the National School of Computing Sciences of Tunisia (ENSI Tunisia), from November 19th to November 24th 2018, to animate a 15 Hours workshop, about Microservices in Java and how to deploy them as Docker Containers to Kubernetes. The event is organized by Mrs Rim Drira.