Ultimate Microservices with RabbitMQ
Peter Morlion

SKU: 9788197256301

$37.95 USD

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ISBN: 9788197256301
eISBN:  9788197256318
Rights: Worldwide
Author Name: Peter Morlion
Publishing Date: 28-May-2024
Dimension: 7.5*9.25 Inches
Binding: Paperback
Page Count: 216

Learn the ins and outs of a RabbitMQ-enabled microservices system.

Key Features
● Discover the fundamental principles of microservices and their organizational impact.
● Develop a deep understanding of messaging and RabbitMQ within microservices architecture.
● Acquire the expertise to seamlessly integrate and maximize the benefits of microservices with RabbitMQ for creating of robust and high-performing systems.

Book Description
Embark on a transformative journey into the world of microservices architecture with 'Ultimate Microservices with RabbitMQ' This comprehensive resource equips you with the knowledge and tools needed to design, deploy, and manage scalable microservices architectures using RabbitMQ as a messaging backbone.

From laying the groundwork with foundational concepts to implementing advanced techniques, this book covers everything you need to know to build resilient and high-performing microservices-based systems. It dives into the intricacies of RabbitMQ messaging to leverage its capabilities to facilitate communication and data exchange across distributed systems. You will discover best practices for designing scalable and fault-tolerant microservices architectures, and gain insights into effective integration strategies.

The book will help you learn to combine microservices and RabbitMQ for designing, building and maintaining robust architectures that leverage the strengths of both paradigms. By the end of this book, you will be primed to navigate the complexities of modern software development with confidence, driving innovation and efficiency in professional endeavors.

What you will learn
● Gain a solid understanding of microservices fundamentals and their organizational impact.
● Explore various messaging paradigms and their application within RabbitMQ.
● Implement RabbitMQ as a message broker within your microservices architecture.
● Understand the prerequisites for maintaining a resilient microservices setup with RabbitMQ.
● Explore upcoming trends in message-driven microservices architectures.

Who is this book for?
This book is tailored for software developers, architects, and engineering managers intrigued by microservices and messaging with RabbitMQ. Whether you're an entry-level developer or a seasoned architect, this book offers valuable insights and guidance to help you grasp the fundamental concepts and practical considerations essential for navigating the complexities of microservices with RabbitMQ.

  1. An Introduction to Microservices
  2. A Deeper Look Into Microservices
  3. An Introduction to RabbitMQ
  4. RabbitMQ Use Cases
  5. Designing a Microservices Architecture With RabbitMQ
  6. Running A Microservices Architecture With RabbitMQ
  7. The Future of Microservices
  8. The Future of RabbitMQ


Peter Morlion After obtaining a master’s degree in Political Science, decided to become a software developer instead. He received his bachelor’s degree in Software Development in 2008, but had already found a job as a developer in 2007.

Since then, Peter worked with a wide range of programming languages, including VB.NET, C#, JavaScript (front-end and back-end), TypeScript (front-end and back-end), Python, PHP and Java.

As a software development consultant since 2015, Peter has been helping organizations reduce their technical debt and increase the stability of their systems. He has done so in different architectures (monolith, SOA, microservices,and serverless), always focusing on the quality of the system.

In addition to his professional work, Peter organizes a local developer’s

meetup group and is active in the parent-teacher association of his daughter’s school and the local sea scouts group.

He lives in Bruges, Belgium, with his wife, daughter, dog, and two cats.




Phil is a Principal Software Engineer with an MBA (org psych concentration) and over 15 years of software engineering experience. Prior to working in software development, he worked in audio production and electronics repair. Phil is passionate about continuous learning and improvement, believing it to be the best way to achieve lasting progress. He has diverse interests, including playing music, flying small aircraft, brewing beer, and exploring new topics. Phil occasionally writes about software engineering on his Substack blog at https://philvuollet.substack.com/.

You can find his writing at

https://blog.thedailylessonlearned.com and watch his videos on his YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU_UXEvAgQ2VC- gu4NwGqzg.

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