- What is Microservices?
- Building and Deploying a Microservice
- Discovery and Invocation
- Microservices Patterns
- Circuit Breakers
- Logging, Monitoring, and Tracing
- Blue-Green Deployment
- Moving from Monolith to Microservices
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.
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Covered only elementary.
yes, good for someone looking for an overview as well as those looking for a deep dive in the world of microservices and its various components.
The instructor speaks a bit too fast for non-native English speakers :) The course is pretty technical: prerequisites go a bit farther than what is described in the course description ;)