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S you how to use existing software design patterns for designing and building reliable distributed applicationsAlthough patterns such as those developed than 20 years ago by the Gang of Four were largely restricted to running on single machines author Brendan Burns a Partner A 35 stars You don t need to be mastery in docker and kubernetes but examples are written with it and you need knack for that Aside from the fact pretty great book if we are considering it as a uick read though in the midst of making or expanding your own system But should not be the first book you ever read in this subject because it lack details

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Designing Distributed Systems

Rchitect in Microsoft Azure demonstrates how you can reuse several of them in modern distributed applicationsSystems engineers and application developers will learn how these patterns provide a common language and framework for dramatically increasing the uality of your system A good read that presents some interesting distributed design patterns While the patterns are not advanced I found it a beneficial exercise to see them formally explained and analyzed This book uses Kubernetes for hands ondemos but you don t have to be familiar with it to be able to follow

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Developing reliable scalable distributed systems today is often black art than science Building these systems is complicated and because few formally established patterns are available for designing them most of these systems end up looking very uniue This practical guide show Nice entry level bookit should be named Designing Distributed Systems with Kubernetes though


10 thoughts on “Designing Distributed Systems

  1. says:

    Nice entry level bookit should be named Designing Distributed Systems with Kubernetes though

  2. says:

    The title is misleading Instead it should be A uick Tour in Distributed Systems using Kubernetes

  3. says:

    I just completed this book I recommend this book to those who are looking for best practices why's and how's of deploying handling and writing applications that lives within distributed systems It's an easy read the patterns chapter is a new tool to put inside your toolbox It's not about having a service and saying it's on a container it's about knowing what you need to build a reliable service that is running on a container and

  4. says:

    35 stars You don't need to be mastery in docker and kubernetes but examples are written with it and you need knack for that Aside fr

  5. says:

    If you work with distributed systems then the whole team should read this book if only to make sure every team member uses the same terminology and language The theory is followed by a hands on section which focuses on Kubernetes Which is interesting if you're using Kubernetes and containers Less so if you're not Still a great read for anyone who has to design and run online distributed systems

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    I have to admit that you have to suint a little to understand that this book is not about kubernetes Now that we have established that I just loved how brief and targeted it is The book really is a collection of distributed systems patterns This book similar to the use of C and UML in the GoF book uses kubernetes

  7. says:

    A good read that presents some interesting distributed design patterns While the patterns are not advanced I fo

  8. says:

    Got mixed feeling about thisOn one side it shows few patterns that are worth to knowOn the other side I have not yet chance to be a part of the project that would reuired themI wanted to give 3 stars as I can't find anything useful in this book thing that I could use straight away but then hey who knows what I will be doing next

  9. says:

    Fast reading it did great job to evangelize me about orchestration in general and hooked me up to learn k8s

  10. says:

    Though the books title says designing distributed systems I think a better title would be design patterns for container based systems Some of the patterns can be transferred to distributed systems but not all The book assumes knowledge of containers and kubernetes which is fine but again the title is misleading The book bends over b