Building Scalable Java Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud
“Microservices” describes a software design pattern in which an application is a collection of loosely coupled services. These services are fine–grained, and can be individually maintained and scaled. The microservices architecture is ideal for the public cloud, with its focus on elastic scaling with on–demand resources. In this course, you will learn how to build Java applications using Spring Boot and Spring Cloud on Google Cloud Platform. You’ll use Cloud Runtime Configuration and Spring Cloud Config to manage your application’s configuration. You’ll send and receive messages with Cloud Pub/Sub and Spring Integration. You’ll also use Cloud SQL as a managed relational database for your Java applications, and learn how to migrate to Cloud Spanner, which is Google Cloud’s globally–distributed strongly consistent database service. You’ll also learn about tracing and debugging your Spring applications with Stackdriver. To succeed in this course, you should be familiar with the Java programming language and building Java applications with tools such as Maven or Gradle. You should also have general knowledge of Google Cloud Platform >>> By enrolling in this course you agree to the Qwiklabs Terms of Service as set out in the FAQ and located at: https://qwiklabs.com/terms of service <<<
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Lenin J M Z –
It’s a nice starting point
Anmol A –
Less learning about spring boot, the main focus was on google cloud tools
Linda A –
I liked the hands on part of the course but wish there was more back up with content in the videos. The video portion of the class was too short.
Sridhar M –
This course provides an overview about the GCP components and services nothing related to spring microservices.
Sulthan A –
It was a good experience with brief intro and parallel lab
Tamal M –
Video content is very less and sometimes it just becomes coping and pasteing commands and completing labs.
Lucas S –
Good introduction to GCP main features and good opportunity to a hands on in GCP tools
Nauman M –
The course is exceptional and very helpful especially the course have a hands on experience via labs.
Abilash S –
Tanmoy C –
Great hands on. Fantastic experience. As of suggestion is concerned, I would have loved it m ore if there were more reading contents to go along with the lab.Or else, it is a great course to get started with GCP with springboot
Ronald P A –
Excelente curso, recomendado!
Eduardo W d S –
roberto j y p –
falta mas sobre la arquitectura
Daniel R P –
Shehrooz S –
Best Labs and hands on experience
It was great experience. Assignments are quite handy and gives exposure to commands and good learning in an easy way.
Gabriel G –
Gaurav R –
Great class! Overall, it covers mostly the basics of microservice with GCP. Good for those who are new to the field.
Great experience in learning Spring Boot and Spring Cloud using hands on experience.
Yogesh K –
Very Good Course To Learn MicroServices
A hands on course, but all of the quiz and lab sessions are limited, but still is a free course
Ravuthakumar G –
Course covers fundamental concepts, Overall lab activities and instructions are good. Consider having questions at the end of each chapter. Lab instruction for last chapter (Monitoring Google Kubernetes Engine with Prometheus) seems incorrect, was not working, rest all fine.
Safallya D –
Philip A –
This course has built my strength and confidence in working with Google Cloud Platform while building spring application
Muhammad Z H –
It was really amazing hands on course while working on the labs and real projects, Thank you so much
Zheyi Q –
A good start, but a little bit simple. If there is a Specialization of Spring Boot and GCP, I’d love to enrol.
CHILUKA B –
Excellent course with detail explanation about google cloud
vinayakaraman s –
There were quite a few problems in qwiklabs due to timeout issues, otherwise the coverage of topics are good.
Abdul A –
Many problems in execution.
Miguel O –
Google Cloud, Kubernetes, Spring Boot, etc are cool exciting technologies themselves, but I don’t feel this course is worth the time and money. In the first place, the lectures are bare boned and completely content devoid. They get to explain little more than what can be accomplished through a couple of web searches. Then there is the labs, which consist pretty much of dumb lists of steps to take, with no further explanation provided, and which pose no challenge at all. At least you get to fiddle around with the Qwiklabs thing, the Google Cloud Shell and the Google Cloud API manager, which are really cool… and that would be the only redeeming feature to be found here. Moreover, the course is scheduled to be done in two weeks, but it can be easily completed in a couple of evenings (fiddling with the provided Spring App, the API manager, and all). Such is the lack of actual content this course provides. The icing of the cake comes when you get to the Qwiklabs introduction video, which has been borrowed from another course. Like, they haven’t even bothered to purposely make one for this course.
Shaik A –
Joe G –
Deploying the same app multiple times was a bit repetitive.
sourabh a –
Sometimes Server was not responding. other than that course is good. Stackdriver Monitoring tool is different then what explained and cloud is little slow with the responses.
Michael P –
You cannot complete any assignments or access the code without purchasing the upgrade. Bait and Switch.
Tiziano B I –
Too many labs with the same steps Not enough theory
Yusong W –
Giovanny S –
Outstanding content and methodology, amazing lab excercises!
Curtis P –
Nice course if you are looking for an overview of Google Cloud Platform. It covers use of spring starters for various GCP PaaS services.
Sergio R –
Beginning on the first order: export PROJECT ID $(gcloud config list format ‘value(core.project)’) that asigns an empty value to the environment variables, many things are wrong on the course. The first 4 practices can be done with a some knowledge of shell and experience managing and installing (Im a 15 years experience engineer but after that chapter, any can be done. I contact Quicklabs support (Google) and they say that they downloaded and tested the complete course and everything works properly. Impossible!! As someone else said before on the evaluation, you expect more quality form a paid course even further if it comes from Google. Bad experience
Kristina v C –
Very nice practical course. However a little bit more deep dive in the different topics would be better for the overall understanding. Also I like the fact I can execute the whole course in the browser 🙂 It is sometimes slow if you do not enable the Boost Cloud Shell but it is good!
sumeet D –
course is quit good if you are beginner in Microservices then for this course Thank you and All the best. 🙂
Sudhanshu S S –
Most of the labs included in this course don’t give the expected outputs. There is no support provided if any command doesn’t give the expected output. The learning path is mostly copy pasting and doesn’t help much in upskilling.
Esther A –
There were few labs instructions which were not correct. Thus giving it a 4/5 stars. Overall it was a good course
Reenu S –
A good starter for spring boot developers. Week 2 labs will be very easy for developers who are already familiar with basic linux shell scripting and basic cloud computing terminologies. The quicklabs provide an easy way to explore the GCP console options. Found it very easy to follow the quicklabs. There might be a few tiny issues here and there but as you go ahead with the labs you might realize the mistakes previously made.
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Nagendra P –
Ivan G M –
I liked so much this course, I recommended.
Joaquin I V P –
Muy buen curso aunque no aborda muchos temas de Spring en si. Se aprovechan de Java/Spring para lucir los servicios de Google Cloud.
Alireza G L –
I learned many things from this course that will be very helpful in my work. Thank you for everything you do to produce this course. Best regards.
shubham t –
Josep V B –
Nice introduction to Google cloud platform. I was expcting more in deep learning of microservices and the practices are too easy (you have just to copy and paste).
CHHATBAR M M –
Washington R P –
The course is very good and great learning
andres m o –
Excelente curso para migrar las aplicaciones al cloud siempre que se tenga los conocimientos basicos de spring
Oren E –
Although useful, this class missed it’s mark vs. my expectations. I was hoping to learn more specifics about Spring Boot but the emphasis was on integration with GCP.
SABORNI B –
Mohammad V A –
It was very helpful for me to understand Spring Boot.
Itsido C A –
The course give insight on how to leverage Spring Cloud GCP and google cloud services to deploy a microservice architecture based application, manage, scale ,repackage it to use cloud native persistence and give various strategies to efficiently leverage GCP capabilities. Thanks to the instructors, Coursera and Google
Jered W –
There needs to be more clarity and examples. A lot of the steps didn’t work.
Girish N –
Became aware of various aspects but getting out without much in depth knowledge. Maybe there is another course that I have to participate in. Thanks a ton for your help in preparing this & the lab is awesome.