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- 84% Build Microservices with .NET Core 3 & Amazon Web Services

Build Microservices with .NET & Amazon Web Services

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Learn important skills for designing and building Event–Driven & Message–Oriented Microservices with .NET & Amazon Web Services.

When you finish the course, you will have mastered many aspects of building Microservices, including:

Solution architecture of a microservice–based application

Authentication and authorization with OpenId Connect (OAuth) and AWS Cognito

Distributed transactions, eventual consistency, and the Saga pattern

Making synchronous calls to query microservices – Deep dive into HttpClientFactory class

Circuit Breaker pattern and Back–off strategy

CQRS Pattern

Messages, Events, and Fan–Out design pattern

Simple Notification Service (SNS) as a message broker

Domain–Driven Design and rules for designing microservices

Logging and Monitoring in Microservices with AWS

Health Check

API Gateway and API Management

Securing APIs with AWS Web Application Firewall

Token–based authentication for cross–microservice authentication

Service Discovery

CDI/CD and Microservices (Docker, AWS ECS, etc.).

Event–Driven Microservices with Apache Kafka and AWS MSK

Message–Oriented Microservices with RabbitMQ and Amazon MQ

Workflow Management with Choreography and Orchestration Patterns

Deep Dive into Choreography

Interview Questions

To master implementing Microservices, we will build an ASP.NET CORE project called Web Advertisements. It will be based on Microservice patterns and will use Amazon Web services for delivering messages, data storage, security, service discovery, API management, and so forth. Finally, I will code the course of the course to see how a Microservice is built, line by line!

Instructor Details

Aref is an experienced software engineer passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience with others. He completed a masters degree in Software Engineering but his journey with programming began when he was just 13 years old (with a Commodore 64 computer). At age 17, Aref sold his first commercial software, a real estate management program written in Turbo Pascal. He also developed an interest and high proficiency in 8085 and 8086 assembly languages. This interest led to a period where he worked in the electronics industry building industrial automation devices. As a (cheeky) hobby, Aref worked on computer viruses that came to the attention of Peter Norton. Googling Aref.890 turns up some interesting information! Since this time, Aref has continued to build a variety of enterprise software solutions using engineering tools and frameworks such as FoxPro, Delphi, C++, C#, Grafana, New Relic, TeamCity, and Bamboo. Aref is also passionate about teaching, spending 3.5 years working as a high school teacher in Iran. He now channels this passion into online teaching and is grateful for the opportunity to teach many students around the world. He has published two books around software development one of which was published when he was 19 years old. Aref currently works in Australia as a technology leader, and he enjoys working with talented engineers and creating various software architecture solutions for clients.

Specification: Build Microservices with .NET & Amazon Web Services

Duration

12.5 hours

Year

2021

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Sudeep Tripathy

    Nice Experience.

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  2. Rohan Sharma

    Very nice and detailed course.Helped clearing lot of concepts

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  3. Vikas Prakash

    Its a good match for me

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  4. Sylendra

    The course did not meet the expectation . It has more basic Asp.Net Core and AWS concepts . There were no detail MicroServices concepts was involved in this course , we will find this basic concepts google as well . In Udemy, otherthan this course there are many courses where we had more Microservices concepts covered .

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  5. Muhammad Jamal

    It is good, although I am looking for AWS Lambda function microservices build through .net core

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  6. Marcelo Balbuena

    I’ll update the comment when I see the CI/CD process. It is very good so far. I’m 50% in the course. Good concepts applied to the process of design and develop. Not all covered in detail, but with good references to go and investigate by yourself, like DDD.

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  7. Shailendra Gawand

    Code File Should have being Shared for reference, That could have brought down time to learn ,…Crash learning : )

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  8. Raymond Hieu Tran

    Some of the content are outdated. Questions are not answered

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  9. Miguel Angel Meraz Rodriguez

    he use monolitic in the users part, wich its dissapointing i was looking for a rest and api gateway

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  10. Olman Mora

    The course is very good, in general terms it’s fairly interesting and I gained a lot of knowledge on a real microservices architecture. I didn’t leave the 5 stars since the only subject I considered important as part of a robust architecture is Authorization (All the handling of claims, roles etc) was not included. I wanted to see how Authorization behaves under an Api Gateway environment on each microservice. But great course anyway.

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  11. Ever Orellana

    It’s a good course, and the intention for everything is Ok, but some knowledge that is important the instructor pass very fast, so have to research how you configure properly in your aws account. By the way, I have learned a lot about how deploy .net core projects in aws and the intention was it. Thank you

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  12. Tanyo Ivanov

    Great course!

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  13. Padam Agrawal

    Awesome explanation, and quiz part also double checks whether you are on track or not. Satisfied to till reach out 11th videos.

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  14. Francis Elendu

    Great course and material

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  15. Sandeep Kumar

    Course is designed well till now.

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  16. Abdelrahman Abdelaziz

    yes nice one

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  17. Manish

    Good course, but only for experienced .Net developer and requires at least AWS knowledge.

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  18. Anmol Aggarwal

    The author has explained the concepts pretty well.

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  19. Milind Igalwar

    It is a good training, worth.

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  20. Artem Shchepachev

    sadly bad resolution

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  21. Amjath Muhammed

    Well explained

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