Microservices architecture training

Microservices architecture training
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About the Course

Microservices Architecture is one of the methods for implementing a service-oriented architecture. ProICT's Microservices Architecture training helps you gain expertise in developing a Microservices Architecture-based solution. Apply Microservices principles to specific business requirements to build a scalable & performing solution. After completing this training, you will have gained the knowledge about various Microservices architectural styles, how to select the appropriate architecture design and how Netflix has used Microservices to scale.


Learning Objectives: In this Module, you will learn how Microservices have evolved over time and how different is Microservices from SOA. In addition, you will get to know about different architectures and where does Microservices architecture fit. 
 
Topics:
  • Monolithic Architecture
  • Distributed Architecture
  • Service oriented Architecture
  • Microservice and API Ecosystem
  • Microservices in nutshell
  • Point of considerations
  • SOA vs. Microservice
  • Microservice & API
 
Skills:
  • Architecture styles
  • Advantages of different architecture styles
  • Limitations of Architectures
  • What is Microservices
Learning Objectives: Learn the various principles of REST, the various characteristics of Microservices, the importance of messaging in Microservices architecture, and the concept of distributed transactions. 
 
Topics:
  • REST Architecture principles
  • Microservice Characteristics
  • Inter-Process Communications
  • Microservice Transaction Management
 
Skills:
  • Considerations while building microservices¬†¬†
  • How the services communicate with each other
  • How the transaction management is done in microservice.
Learning Objectives: This Module gives you an insight into Domain Driven Design, the approach called Big Ball of Mud, the approaches and their strategies that can be used while moving from Monolithic to Microservices. 
 
 Topics:
  • Domain Driven Design
  • Big Mud Ball to Sweet Gems
  • Untangling the Ball of MUD
  • Kill the MUD Ball growth
  • Repackaging/Refactoring
  • Decouple the User interface and Backend Business Logic
  • MUD Ball to Services
  • Microservice Design Patterns
  • Microservice Architecture Decisions
 
Hands-on:
  • Setting up the root project
  • Spring Boot - Hello World
  • Returning json entity as response
  • Spring Boot dev tools
  • Intro to Lombok
  • Adding Items to Mongo DB
  • Querying Mongo
  • Accessing an SQL database
  • Spring Data Rest and HATEOAS
  • Connecting to an Elasticsearch Server
  • Searching our Elasticsearch Server
 
Skills:
  • Architecture Decisions
  • Monolithic to Microservices redesign.
  • Learn to identify and design microservices.
Learning Objectives: Know why security is an important factor to be considered in Microservices. Learn what are the various best practices in Microservice security design, and what techniques can be used to implement security. 
 
Topics:
  • Why is Security important?¬†
  • Microservice Security Principles
  • Microservice Security techniques
  • Access Tokens
  • Oauth 2.0
  • How to secure a Microservice using OAuth 2.0
 
Hands-on:
  • Spring Boot Security Setup
  • Basic Spring security
  • Moving to Oauth2
  • Implementing Single Sign On
  • Implementing Authorization Server
  • Implementing Resource Server
 
Skills:
  • Oauth 2.0
  • Security tokens
  • Secure by design
Learning Objectives: Learn the different testing strategies that can be implemented in Microservices, how Spring Boot features help in testing Microservices, and the various testing tools that are available to be used.
 
 
Topics:
  • Testing scenarios and strategy
  • Test at Different Levels
  • Testing Best Practice for Microservices
 
Skills:
  • Testing methodology
  • How to test Microservices
Learning Objectives: Get an insight into Microservices reference architecture, what are the key Microservice enablers and how do DevOps and Microservice go hand in hand. In addition, know what features an API system provide to Microservices, and how Netflix has benefited by implementing Microservices. 
 
Topics:
  • Reference Architecture
  • Microservice Enablerc
  • Microservices @ Netflix
 
Hands-on:
  • Reading properties in various ways
  • Implementing config server
  • Setting up Discovery Server
  • Setting up Discovery Client
  • Overview of Actuator Endpoints
  • API Gateway and Dynamic Routing
  • IDeclarative Rest Client
  • Hystrix Fault Tolerance
  • Distributed Caching
  • Distributed Sessions
  • Need for Event Driven Systems
  • Building Event Driven Systems
  • Implementing Distributed Tracing
  • Understanding Metrics
  • Monitoring Microservices
  • Spring Boot Admin
 
Skills:
  • Scalable Architecture
  • How Netflix uses Microservices
  • How cloud and DevOps enables Microservice architecture

ProICT's Microservices Architecture training introduces you to the concept of Microservices that are small, lightweight, process-driven components. So, Microservices are the next important thing in designing scalable, easy-to-maintain applications. This not only makes application development easier but also offers great flexibility and lets you utilize various resources optimally. If you want to build an enterprise-ready implementation of the Microservices architecture, then this course is the first step for you!
 
In this Microservices Architecture training, we will start by giving you a deep understanding of the core Microservices concepts and principle with insight in how they have evolved. We will walk you through the complete life cycle - from design to development to testing; including cross-layer concepts such as how to secure Microservices.
 
After completing, ProICT's Microservice training, you will be able to:
  • Understand and differentiate between various Microservices Architectural styles
  • Apply Microservices Architecture principles
  • Know how to make the appropriate Microservice Architecture decision
  • Develop and test a Microservice
  • Know what technologies can be used to enable Microservices with an example
Microservices Architecture, or simply Microservices, is a unique method of developing software systems as a suite of independently deployable, small, modular services in which each service runs a unique process and communicates through a well-defined, lightweight mechanism to serve a business goal.  Thanks to its scalability, this architectural method is considered ideal when you have to enable support for a range of platforms and devices—spanning across the web, mobile, Internet of Things, and so on. Because of its flexibility, you can also use this method when you’re not sure what kind of devices you’ll need to support in an increasingly Cloud-based future.
 
There are no prerequisites for attending this Microservice course. Understanding of programming languages such as Java, basic understanding and familiarity with Spring Boot framework and building  Java applications would be useful to execute Case Study and Project.
  • Application Architects
  • Software Architects
  • Application Developers
  • Developer working on Web, Cloud, Mobile, and other social technologies
  • A system with 4GB RAM and i3 or above processor
  • Java and Spring Boot Framework
  • Eclipse IDE
For your practical work, we will help you set-up the Java environment on your system along with Eclipse IDE and the Spring Boot framework. This will be a local access for you. The detailed step by step installation guides will be present in your LMS which will help you to install and set-up Java, Spring Boot, and Eclipse IDE.
A fictional Company named GOODs, which is an e-commerce company, provides online purchasing services and operates its business using a traditional Java EE-based Web Application called Customer Order Service. Although the application has been serving the business well, Company GOODs, started struggling with responding to new business.
 
Requirements: 
The current customer order service application is not designed to enable changes in business domain and is not open for applying recent technologies for accelerating innovation with the current monolithic architecture. Company GOODs wants to transform the customer order service application to embrace and better handle changes in both business and technical perspectives and has a list of major business Requirements:
  • The new system must be evolutionary, meaning it must be flexible for changes.
  • No down time is allowed in moving traffic from the current system to the newly built system.
  • The new application must be able to scale on demand, or automatically, based on the payload sent to the system, so that it can react to dynamic shopping behavior patterns.
  • The new system must be open for leveraging emerging technologies to embrace innovation.

How soon after Signing up would I get access to the Learning Content?
As soon as you enroll in the course, your LMS (The Learning Management System) access will be functional. You will immediately get access to our course content in the form of a complete set of Videos, PPTs, PDFs, and Assignments. You can start learning right away.

What are the payment options?
For USD payment, you can pay by Paypal.