Building Microservice with AKKA HTTP [Video]

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Learn
  • Create microservices using Akka HTTP
  • Explore reactive principles: Responsive, Resilient, Elastic, and Message-Driven
  • Use Reactive Manifesto to create microservices.
  • Get to know the Core API of Akka HTTP
  • Create controllers for your REST microservices
  • Create non-blocking and asynchronous logic
  • Write performance tests for your microservices
About

Microservices are an architectural method and pattern for application development.

This video course will make the viewers understand how to build Reactive microservices using Akka and Akka HTTP, which adhere to the principles underlying the Reactive Manifesto. You will delve deeper into concepts such as Responsive, Resilient, Elastic, and Message-Driven and will see how microservices should be designed to adhere to those principles. You will look into the AKKA and HTTP frameworks in depth.

By the end of the course, your foundation will be strong and you will be well-versed in creating microservices.

Style and Approach

This tutorial course will enhance your understanding of AKKA, and deepen your practical knowledge via step-by-step tutorials.

Features
  • Understand and make your foundation strong by delving into Reactive Manifesto.
  • Get hands-on experience with these principles: Responsive, Resilient, Elastic, and Message-Driven.
  • A practical course with real-world examples on developing microservices using AKKA.
Course Length 1 hour 23 minutes
ISBN 9781788298582
Date Of Publication 29 Mar 2017

Authors

Tomasz Lelek

Tomasz Lelek is a software engineer who programs mostly in Java and Scala. He has worked with the core Java language for the past six years. He has developed multiple production Java software projects that work in a reactive way.

He is passionate about nearly everything associated with software development and believes that we should always try to consider different solutions and approaches before solving a problem. Recently, he was a speaker at conferences in Poland, at JDD (Java Developers Day), and at Krakow Scala User Group. He has also conducted a live coding session at Geecon Conference.

He is a co-founder of initLearn, an e-learning platform that was built with the Java language.

He has also written articles about everything related to the Java world.