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Microservices with Spring Cloud [Integrated Course]

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Learn
  • Understanding and learning microservices.
  • Setting up microservices.
  • Making a bookmark application cloud-ready.
  • Combining independent microservice UIs to a coherent user interface.
About

In this course, you will learn how to split an existing application into smaller services and what you need to build, deploy, and run it. You will learn how you can use Docker to support your local development and how you can utilize it to run your application in the cloud. To work with multiple services, you will need (for example) service discovery and reverse proxies. To be able to maintain the development pace, you also need to break up your user interface, so every service can serve its own UI, and you need to learn how to communicate with these services synchronously using REST and asynchronously using events. To run your application, you need to know what is going on in your distributed application, so monitoring and tracing calls is an important topic as well, and one that you'll learn about. So overall, this course will give you valuable insights and recipes with which to create your own distributed application, for deployment to the cloud.

You will also see what needs to be done to upgrade a Spring Boot 1.x service to Spring Boot 2 with the recent Spring Cloud release.

The code bundle for this video course is available at https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Microservices-with-Spring-Cloud

Style and Approach

The course provides an introduction to microservices, setting them up, and making a cloud bookmark application, including deployment and hosting.

Features
  • Interact with different services.
  • Interact with other services via events.
  • Monitor multiple services at once.
  • Deploy and run the services locally and in Kubernetes
Course Length 9 hours 7 minutes
ISBN9781788392426
Date Of Publication 30 Aug 2018
Adding the Reverse Proxy
Adding a Service Registry – Part One
Adding a Service Registry – Part Two
Adding a Configuration Service – Part One
Adding a Configuration Service – Part Two
Adding Spring Cloud Bus
Startup Scripts
Upgrading to Spring Boot 2 – Part One
Upgrading to Spring Boot 2 – Part Two
Upgrading to Spring Boot 2 – Part Three
Extract the Login – Part One
Extract the Login – Part Two
Extract the Login – Part Three
Draft the Library Approach – Part One
Draft the Library Approach – Part Two
Web Component Introduction
Creating Web Components to Show the Data – Part One
Creating Web Components to Show the Data – Part Two
Creating Web Components to Edit the Data – Part One
Creating Web Components to Edit the Data – Part Two
Creating Web Components to Edit the Data – Part Three
Creating Web Components to Edit the Data – Part Four
Adding the Rating Service – Part Two
Adding the Rating Service – Part Three
Integration of the Rating Service – Part One
Integration of the Rating Service — Part Two
Bulk Head and Circuit Breaker
Dockerize – Part Two
docker-compose – Part One
docker-compose – Part Two
Docker Based Cloud Deployments – Part One
Docker Based Cloud Deployments – Part Two
Docker Based Cloud Deployments – Part Three
Docker Based Cloud Deployments – Part Four

Authors

Patrick Cornelissen

Patrick Cornelissen is a software developer at heart and the founder and CEO of the Orchit GmbH and kulinariWeb GmbH. He has written a number of applications in various languages and platforms and specializes in microservice-based applications and the transition of monolithic applications into microservices. He has been using the Spring Framework since 2009 and has been a big fan ever since. After his family, software craftsmanship is a passion of his that he pursues whenever he has any spare time. For this, he has organized, for example, code retreats and open space conferences in the past. He enjoys both learning and teaching new things in the field of (agile) software development.