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Automating the continual deployment pipeline with containerized microservices.

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Following is a very brief description that will be extended later on throughout the book when the time comes to apply them. Containers Dealing with many microservices can quickly become a very complex endeavor. Each can be written in a different programming language, can require a different (hopefully light) application server or can use a different set of libraries. If each service is packed as a container, most of those problems will 45 System Architecture go away. All we have to do is run the container with, for example, Docker and trust that everything needed is inside it.

The development was not the only area that suffered from monolithic architecture. We still needed to test and deploy everything every time there was a change or a release. It is not uncommon in enterprise environments to have applications that take hours to test, build and deploy. Testing, especially regression, tends to be a nightmare that in some cases last for months. As time passes, our ability to make changes that affect only one module is decreasing. The primary objective of layers is to make them in a way that they can be easily replaced or upgraded.

From now on, most of the book will be a hands-on experience. Setting Up the Development Environment With Vagrant and Docker The development environment is often the first thing newcomers to the project need to face. While each project is different, is it not uncommon for them to spend a whole day setting up the environment, and many more days trying to understand how the application works. How much time it takes to, for example, install JDK, setup local instance of JBoss server, do all the configuration and all other, often complicated, things required for the back-end part of the application.

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