Developing Cloud-Native Apps w/ Microservices Architectures
Identify the proper frameworks and tools to build your microservices architecture.
Created by Red Hat, Inc. - Official Red Hat® Training
Students: 32094, Price: Free
In this this official Red Hat® training course, Burr Sutter, the Chief Developer Advocate for Red Hat, will give students a deep dive into the microservices architecture.
You’ve no doubt heard about the microservices architecture, but understanding and executing it can be a bit of a challenge. This course will teach you how to combine different frameworks and tools into a microservices architecture that fits your organizational needs. Through a series of videos, this course will introduce microservices, review multiple microservices frameworks and runtimes, and show you techniques to deploy them through a hassle-free DevOps pipeline. We’ll discuss containers, Docker, Spring Boot, NodeJS, .NET, OpenShift, Jenkins, Vert.x, Kubernetes, and much more.
Develop a reactive Java microservice with ReactiveJ
Learn how to develop a Non-blocking, reactive and asynchronous Java microservice with ReactiveJ and RxJava2
Created by Alessandro Argentieri - ingegnere dell'informazione
Students: 12144, Price: Free
In this couse we're going to introduce the main concepts of reactive programming and we're going to develop a reactive microservice with Java, ReactiveJ and RxJava2.
The arguments of the course are:
- reactive programming
- JSR 340 and servlets 3.1 specification
- advantages of reactive programming
- non-blocking embedded Jetty
- ReactiveJ non-blocking and asynchronous library
- develop of a synchronous and blocking app with ReactiveJ
- develop of a asynchronous and non blocking app with ReactiveJ and RxJava2
Master Spring Microservices with Spring Boot & Spring Cloud!
Master Spring Boot Microservices with Spring Cloud!
Created by Karthikeya T - Educator
Students: 7931, Price: Free
Spring boot microservices is a course on Microservices with Spring clould. Industry is moving towards Microservices, and by far Spring offers the best solution to create cloud ready, enterprise web & mobile microservice applications.
Microservices is basically an architectural style, where the entire application would be split up in to multiple, small, independently deployable units, that are highly scalable, maintainable and testable.
Microservices will allow, very large systems to be built up, from a number of collaborating components. It does this at the process level, what Spring has always done at the component level: This will create loosely coupled processes instead of loosely coupled components.
This course is for beginners, who want to learn Microserives for their next job.
Spring Boot is an open source Java-based framework used to create a microservices. It is used to build stand-alone and production ready spring applications with ease. Spring Boot and Spring cloud will go hand in hand. This course will give you an introduction to Spring Boot and familiarizes you with its basic concepts.