Cloud Design Patterns
by Alex Homer, et al.
Publisher: Microsoft Press 2014
Number of pages: 238
This guide contains twenty-four design patterns and ten related guidance topics that articulate the benefits of applying patterns by showing how each piece can fit into the big picture of cloud application architectures. It includes code samples and general advice on using each pattern.
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