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Microservices for Java developers

Learn how to build scalable, adaptive, complex systems that help your business adjust to rapidly changing competitive markets. What Can You Expect from This Book? This book is for Java developers and architects interested in developing microservices. We start the book with the high-level understanding and fundamental prerequisites that should be in place to be successful with a microservice architecture.
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