Recently, I published another book in the Kindle Store, and I wanted to draw your attention to it because if you're doing microservices, I think it can really help you out.
It's called "Microservices Testing in Brief: Using Hoverfly, Pact, and Containers". The material is based on some well-received training I taught in Beijing about a year ago. Here is the description:
Modern software systems are increasingly built using a microservices architecture, where functionality is broken down into many small servers that connect over remote procedure calls. Microservices bring lots of benefits in terms of scalability and development team agility.
But microservices can also complicate the testing process. Fortunately, new tools and approaches are available to tackle these challenges.
In this hands-on book, we will get a brief introduction to:
•Unit testing using API simulation and Hoverfly.
•Integration testing with consumer-driven contracts and Pact.
•System testing with a test container in Docker.
At the end of the book, readers will have a solid foundation for introducing these testing techniques in their microservices environments.
Check it out and let me know what you think!