A Beginner’s Guide to a Microservices Architecture
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As a named Beginner’s guide to Microservices… it’s 100% true. As for new into microservices, all topics are explained very clear without not necessary going deeper while it will come in the next steps. Quick and valuable course . Adrian W.
Great Experience and Well explained, Kudos for your Presentation. Hugo G.
Powerful concept explained simply . Saurabh S.
DATA IS THE NEW GOLD. It is gold for companies that can harness the power of technologies and use it while transforming their business models into the digital age and become much more data–driven. It is an amazing journey fueled with new technologies, but we need to remember that data by itself is just one part of the equation.
What about the complex software around it? That is supposed to do something useful with the data. To be able to interface with many data sources, to store massive data volumes, to provide a great user interface and automatically analyze, and find useful patterns.
Software is the Engine, and data is the Fuel.
Until recently, many enterprise–level applications were designed, developed, and maintained as one giant monolithic applications. With a once in a year software release cycle, maybe two times in a year. Every small update required to build, test, and deploy all application modules as one package.
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Ricardo Rodrigues –
Clear explanations and good intro. Would like to have seen a bit more detail at times.
Slavimir Vesi –
This course is very good, especially because it’s not vendor specific. With that agnostic approach, author explains concepts of architecture very good. Also, personally I find it very usefully notion of CD/CI concepts and how microservices architecture fits there. So this course present basics of microservices architecture in clear way and from high level. It’s excellent choice if U are using 90% off. Much of this content is already available on Web, but in this course is composed very good.
Sreenivas Kaushik –
Author tried explaining the Micro services in a very good manner but it could have been cut shorted as the same information is repeated multiple times. Over all its a good course for beginners.
Saurabh Srivastava –
Powerful concept explained simply
Shalini TB –
I recommend this course for any one who wish to understand the fundamental concepts of Microservices This has a good case study to understand the importance of Micorservices. Looking forward for more from Idan!!
Vinay Kumar Sutrave –
It was simple and easy pace to understand.
Dale Neidhammer –
All in all this was a very good course for folks new to the world of micro services.
Vinayak Javaly –
The course was too slowly paced, and somewhat repetitive.
Amit Gupta –
Elisabeth Fruehwirth –
Good overview. Easy to understand even for non tech people.
Patrick Demers –
Overall very clear and well presented course. I found the material became very repetitive in the 2nd half. The course be shortened to one hour, or new material introduced in the second hour (e.g., maybe add more examples in the 2nd half).
Gaston Cortes –
Lo explico de una manera sencilla y f cil de comprender.
Ramachandran Keerthiyil –