Microservices for everyone is a catalog of the major design choices you have to make when you're setting up a system of microservices. Amongst many things, you'll learn about asynchronous integration, independent deployability, continuous delivery, and immediate versus eventual consistency.

If you keep this book within reach, you should be able to safely navigate the daunting, yet wonderful world of microservices. Besides the basics, this book contains many references to further reading material.

Matthias Noback

Matthias Noback started his professional career 12 years ago as a freelance web developer. After working as a PHP developer for various companies, he decided to try something else; though programming will always be his passion, he has now taken this further and is also teaching, writing and consulting. He is the author of A Year With Symfony and Principles of PHP Package Design and regularly posts on his blog PHP & Symfony.