Hands-On Microservices with Python [Video]

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By Peter Fisher
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About this video

This course covers microservice fundamentals and advanced topics with a hands-on demonstration of how to implement microservices using real-world examples. Learn how to design and build a microservice software architecture in Python.

You will learn to make your applications more reliable and fault-tolerant using microservices with Python, no matter how complex the business logic. This course demonstrates how to design and build an application using a series of microservices. The application in question is an order management system, which we will split up into individual services. In a hands-on manner, you will learn topics such as data modeling, data storage, writing API requests, and you will learn to secure, monitor, and scale your microservices.
Finally, you will learn to use Docker's containerization technology to isolate, manage, monitor, and deploy microservices in Docker containers.

The github repos for this course are as follows:

For the front end: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Hands-on-Microservices-with-Python

For the Order Micro service: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Hands-on-Microservices-with-Python-Order-Service

For the User Microservice: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Hands-on-Microservices-with-Python-User-Service

For the Product Microservice: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Hands-on-Microservices-with-Python-Product-Service/

Style and Approach

The course is comprises both theory and practical elements. You'll gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts of microservices and how to build them from this course.

Publication date:
January 2019
2 hours 51 minutes

About the Author

  • Peter Fisher

    Peter Fisher is a freelance web and mobile app developer, speaker, author, and member of the British Computer Society. He's the host of the How To Code Well podcast and YouTube channel, where he posts weekly programming tutorials and talks on web development and other subjects LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peterrfisher/

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Latest Reviews

(2 reviews total)
Bad quality code. I would suggest to separate the "routes" logic into services and view models.
Low quality writing. Needs better QA

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