Practical Spring Cloud Function: Developing Cloud-Native Functions for Multi-Cloud and Hybrid-Cloud Environments
English | 2023 | ISBN: 9781484289136 | 355 pages | True PDF | 14.1 MB
Unlike other resources that target only programming communities, this book targets both programming and business communities. With programming models shifting more towards no-code and low-code, citizen programmers from the business side will welcome this book as a guide for how to design and optimize their information pipeline while lowering costs for infrastructure. Programmers, on the other hand, will welcome this book's business-centric programming view, which will get them a step closer to fulfilling real business requirements.
Practical Spring Cloud Function touches on the themes of portability, scalability, high performance and high availability. Each theme is explored via a real enterprise use case and code. The use cases target industries including energy (oil pipeline sensors), automotive (event-driven connected vehicles), and retail (conversational AI).
After reading this book, you'll come away with the know-how to build and deploy cloud-native Java applications effectively and efficiently.
What You Will Learn
Write functions and deploy to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, and on-prem clouds such as VMWare Tanzu and RedHat OpenShift
Set up locally with KNative on Kubernetes, as well as on AWS, Azure, GCP, Tanzu, and others
Build, test, and deploy a simple example with Spring Cloud Function
Develop an event-driven data pipeline with Spring Cloud Function
Integrate with AI and machine learning models
Apply Spring Cloud Function to the Internet of Things (IoT)
Get industry-specific examples of Spring Cloud Function in action
Who This Book Is For
Software and cloud-native application developers with prior programming experience in the cloud and/or Spring Framework. DevOps professionals may find this book beneficial as well.
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