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Practical World Java Spring Microservices

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This is a comprehensive course on Spring Boot 2 latest features, Actuators, Spring Cloud Features such as Service Discovery with Eureka and Spring Boot2, Remote Config Service with Spring Boot 2, Declarative Client Feign with Spring Boot 2, Circuit Breaker Hystrix with Spring Boot2, Spring Cloud API Gateway Direct Service Invocation, Spring Cloud API Gateway Integration and Load Balancing with Eureka. Besides, this courses includes complex JPA Relationships, Native Queries, and strategies for practical world issues faced by Microservices projects.

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I have architected, designed, developed and implemented software application systems across major business verticals including Manufacturing, Finance, Retail, Mining, Healthcare and others, over the past 22 years. I have had the rare opportunity of experiencing how excellently designed IT systems goes a long way to positively transform human lives across employees, customers, stakeholders and the larger society. Along the way, I have mentored a significant number of people and realized that using real life examples in teaching software concepts brings existing knowledge in the learner he / she can instantly relate to. Someone who uses Google daily to discover local restaurants, should not have much difficulty in learning how one micro service can use a discovery service to discover others, for example. That is my objective in teaching at Udemy to help people learn at very fast pace and add cutting edge high demand skills rapidly to their skill set. As a result, I will show you how to use what you already know from past work and life experiences to learn new things, fast!!

Specification: Practical World Java Spring Microservices

Duration

14.5 hours

Year

2019

Level

Intermediate

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Javier Godino

    Muy util e interesante

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  2. Sean

    So far it’s covering the basics of microservice design but I’m confident it will get into the core topics soon enough.

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  3. Venkat K

    Great course! Learnt practical application of microservices and spring cloud. Thanks for sharing your knowledge Binit!

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  4. Himanshu Tomar

    Ok so after going through around 25 30% of the course, i can say that it is an another spring boot course with good hands on. But as far as microservice is concerned, i suggest that it should include topics like event sourcing , CQRS, event driven communication, Caching and most important the database per service as a single monolithic data model is Ultimately gonna fail in long run. Hope Binit will add topics in this course.

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  5. Mario Vegh

    This is really good course. Binit is really great teacher. It is going from simple to advanced topic. All this stuff it is based on Spring Boot 2.

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  6. Aditya Gupta

    So far it is okay…Binit has covered the basics of Spring boot.. hopefully the microservices are also covered thoroughly in the course.

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  7. R Portillo

    I love this course! The instructor begins with a good refresher on Restful concepts, AOP, etc and transitions nicely to microservices.

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  8. Arup Chanda

    Understood something about Microservice from Architects Eye.. We have very limited videos on microservices from arch stand point Plus the migration demonstration code videos are not visible, they are very small… to read.. also reasoning for breaking them the way it is being done should be given.

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