Daniela Matos de Carvalho

April 26, 2017

Webinar Recap: step into the world of microservices with Node.js

You've decided to embark on the journey to microservices. Cloud 66 and YLD teamed up to create a webinar about how to create microservices with Node.js and develop, test and deploy them.

It can be daunting to look at all of the work required to get things going: Node development, using micro services on your local machine using Docker, Docker infrastructure, service discovery, distributed logging, messaging - the list goes on and on.

This webinar will help you with getting started with microservices using Node.js, Docker and docker-compose.

Along the way, you'll get introduced to some of the Cloud 66 features that'll help you stay focused as you kickstart the process while avoiding many of the infrastructure tasks of a do-it-yourself approach.

Check the recording and reach out on Twitter to Daniela (Developer YLD, @sericaia) or Daniel (Developer Advocate Cloud 66, @foldingbeauty) if you have any questions.


Useful resources

A list of blog post written by Cloud 66 about microservices. http://blog.cloud66.com/tag/microservice/

A list of blog posts written by Cloud 66 about docker. http://blog.cloud66.com/tag/docker/

Great book about microservices written by Sam Newman. http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920033158.do

Istanbul, to generate HTML reports for your Node test. https://github.com/gotwarlost/istanbul

Lab, a very nicetest runner. https://github.com/hapijs/lab

Code, assertions library for your tests. https://github.com/hapijs/code

RabbitMQ tutorials to get started. With lots of examples using different programming languages. https://www.rabbitmq.com/getstarted.html

Originally published at blog.yld.io on April 26, 2017 by Daniela Matos de Carvalho (@sericaia on Twitter/Github)