Book Review: Designing Distributed Systems

When developing distributed systems with containers, common problems surface. Common problems in programming are tackled using patterns. Brendan Burns introduces several patterns to use when designing and implementing distributed systems. Similar to the thoughts behind using patterns for software development. The author is one of the co-founders of the Kubernetes projects, so he is an expert in distributed systems.

The book is only 149 pages long and is available for free from Microsoft. It features both generic explanations of the different patterns and hands-on examples on how to implement them using Kubernetes.

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