Microservices Architecture and Implementation on .NET 5
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This course comes from a live github aspnetrun microservices repository which verified from community with 1000+ stars and 600+ forks.
You will learn how to build Microservices on .Net platforms which used Asp.Net Web API, Docker, RabbitMQ, MassTransit, Grpc, Ocelot API Gateway, MongoDB, Redis, PostgreSQL, SqlServer, Dapper, Entity Framework Core, CQRS and Clean Architecture implementation with 24.5 hours fully upgraded videos.
You will develop e–commerce modules over Product, Basket and Ordering microservices with NoSQL (MongoDB, Redis) and Relational databases (PostgreSQL, Sql Server) with communicating over RabbitMQ Event Driven Communication and using Ocelot API Gateway. You can find Microservices Architecture and Step by Step Implementation on .NET which step by step developing this course with extensive explanations and details.
Along with this you’ll develop following microservices and items:
Catalog microservice which includes;
ASP.NET Core Web API application
REST API principles, CRUD operations
MongoDB database connection and containerization
Repository Pattern Implementation
Swagger Open API implementation
Basket microservice which includes;
ASP.NET Web API application
REST API principles, CRUD operations
Redis database connection and containerization
Consume Discount Grpc Service for inter–service sync communication to calculate product final price
Publish BasketCheckout Queue with using MassTransit and RabbitMQ
Discount microservice which includes;
ASP.NET Grpc Server application
Build a Highly Performant inter–service gRPC Communication with Basket Microservice
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Abdulkadir Gen –
It is a very useful training. Thank you.
Shishir Kumar Roy –
I must say this is the THE BEST tutorial for microservice creation using ASP.NET Core.
Victor Escamilla –
Jorge Uribe –
Great experience and I like the step by step teach path
Sy Kosal –
I don’t have any experiences with building project in Microservice and he is told me a lot for implementing all layers, technologies and architecture but I have some problems with his subtitle as it’s translated wrong with his spelling. Thanks so much.
Andres Felipe Naranjo Henao –
The course has a good organization and the content is updated and modern. I’m doing this course during this month (July 2020) and I think is very useful for role as .NET Architect or Developer. Thank You
Pranav patil –
I am Giving you 5 star. Course is awesome . Very well Explain . One of the good dot net core course in udemy .I dont have any knowledge how to built micro service. but instructor explain each layer and architecture very well. Most important part of this course is instructor is always active and response your question and try to resolve it . i Buy so many course in udemy. i dont find any instructor response your question very well and in time i recommended to buy this course. Hopefully Security section and deployment micro service in server is missing.but i hope it will available in future or in next course
Ilia M. Vega –
Ha sido una gran elecci n, pero los se necesitan subt tulos que no se generen autom ticamente, se entiende casi todo entre lo que dice y los subt tulos, pese a que a veces se general palabras que no es lo que est diciendo. Por lo dem , muy bueno y completo
Amit Patel –
Olabiyi Saamuel –
The course is great for beginners
IOT T. –
The most comprehensive course for implementation microservices on .net core. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us.
Miki Bech –
speaker is hard to understand.
Adrian Gonzalez Garcia –
Su nivel de ingles es bastante malo
Grant Hoffman –
Pros: It goes over a full implementation of how to create microservices. Cons: Its too slow, it goes over simple programming concepts. Instead of focusing on microservices only. Its hard to watch this at 1.5 speed because of the accent.
Venkata Ramakoti Bandaru –
Good Course Structure and explanation.
Hunaid Hussain –
One of the best course to learn complete concepts of creating and consuming .net core microservices.
Ravikumar Dyamappa –
Worst audio and explanation.
Onuar Jimenez –
Se va a partir de un ejemplo funcional
Gaurav Makhija –
Pronunciation is very hard to understand so far. Though a little recap of docker commands is useful for future course. Can’t say anything about the content since it is just the beginning.
Sanindra Kumar Sunny –
pronunciation is very bad, words are not speaking clearly.
Rohit Sharma –
It is a good match and so far so good but the teacher needs to work on his English language speaking skills and fluency as his English is not that clear and understandable
very bad. Have lot of issues with docker
breathing into the microphone….
Debshankar Bhattacharjee –
Pronunciation of presenter could be better. Sometime it’s hard to follow.
Mario Fuentes –
Excelent! Well documented. Self explanatory. Very useful.
Aravind Hande –
Easily one of the best courses ever on Udemy. It is ridiculously good. Yes, the accent is not great. But I am here for the content. The amazing thing is that Mehmet keeps updating the course to include all the latest technology. In addition, for every chapter he has detailed articles on Medium. So, you can easily supplement the videos with these articles. He gives clear instructions on how to create the docker images for every microservice. Keep up the great work, Mehmet! Thanks for the outstanding course.
Matthew Wieland –
This guy has copied all his code and learning from a plural sight path called .net microservices. I would advise everyone to go there instead. The trainers are experts in their fields and explain things far better.
Parveen Kumar –
The content is very good. The sound quality can be improved.
Anderson Lima –
Excelent Course! Fantastic!
Vinoth Vaithium Suresh –
If you want to learn anything about Microservice then this course will be enough.
Naimur Rahman Chowdhury –
just like reading the book without proper explanations