Today, as the infrastructure is available on demand because of advent of public clouds, companies have started developing enterprise applications which are highly scalable and available. Every organization wants to provide the best experience to their customers across the globe.
Microservices are one of the hottest topics in the software industry, and many organizations want to adopt them.
Unlike monolithic applications where dedicated teams work for each discrete function like handling database, maintaining server-side logic, microservices uses the continuous delivery model to handle the complete lifecycle of an application. Developers, operations, testing teams work simultaneously on a single service performing activities such as building, testing and debugging.
WHY ONE SHOULD LEARN MICROSERVICES?
We have noticed that technologies today have evolved a lot to suite the requirements of today's needs of customers and projects.
If you are hardcore developer in Microsoft stack and not using latest features of the technology specially .NET Core very soon you will find yourself outdated.
Building Microservices application will give you an opportunity to touch base with all the advance features of the language and expand your scope.
MICROSERVICES LIVE ONLINE TRAINING
Mr. Sandeep Soni's next Microservcies Live Online Batch begins from Wednesday, 24th June 2020. Timings - 5:00 to 7:00 PM (IST)
- Understanding Microservices Architecture for building Enterprise Applications
- Building and consuming Restful Microservices
- Building Multi-Layer Architecture within a Microservice
- Using Swagger for Testing Microservices
- Implementing Repository Pattern
- Deploying multiple microservices using Docker and YAML
- Implementing Security in Microservices using OAuth and OpenIDConnect
- Implementing API Gateway for Microservices using Ocelot
- Asynchronous Communication between Microservices using Azure Service Bus
- Understanding and Implementation of CQRS Pattern
- Understanding and Implementing Domain Driven Design
- Implementing Circuit Breaker Pattern using Poly.
- Deploying Microservices using a CI and CD pipeline in Azure DevOps
- Understanding how Kubernetes Orchestration can be used for hosting Microservices