Alex Soto Bueno Jason Porter Andrew Gumbrecht presents:
Testing Java Microservices teaches you how to write tests for microservices in Java. You’ll learn test strategies that solve the most common issues you are likely to encounter. This practical hands-on guide begins with introducing you to microservices and providing you with a simple, carefully-designed application developed using microservices principles and following some of the most common technologies such as Java EE, Spring Boot, WildFly Swarm, and Docker. Along the way, you’ll learn about technologies like the Arquillian ecosystem, Wiremock, Mockito, AssertJ, Pact or Gatling. Finally, you’ll see how everything fits together into the Continuous Delivery pipeline.
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Rafael M. PestanoPorto Alegre RS/Brasil
Rafael (@realpestano) became an Arquillian advocate early on, publishing multiple blog posts about our testing platform and sharing his testing experience on conferences. The thing which got him attracted to Arquillian is the idea of “testing closer to production” as well as the extensible and plugable architecture.
His main area of expertise is Java enterprise web related technologies, agile methodologies and testing. He not only helped us to improve many extensions but also advocated Arquillian Testing Platform among his teammates as well as on JUGs and conferences.
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