Introduction to industry REST microservices in Golang (Go)
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- Install, configure and setup Go
- Analysis and design of REST microservices.
- Different architectures and patterns for implementing them in Go.
- Test as you Go. Ensure the quality of your work.
- Advanced concurrency patterns.
- Parallel execution on Multi-Core VMs.
- HTTP frameworks, comparison and appliance.
- Consuming external APIs. Test them. Mock them. Measure them. Use them.
- The ultimate and best way of mocking different layers of your application.
- Debugging and completely testing your application.
- Create native webservices.
After this lesson you'll have the Go programming language configured in your computer and ready to start working!
A real-life problem. How to calculate the best shipping box based on the products that it holds.
How to build a distributed and scalable logging system using ELK (ElasticSearch, Logstash & Kibana). We're only focusing on the logging libraries available and the architecture design, leaving database integration for the Part 2 of this course.
In this lesson we cover how to implement an OAuth authentication layer for our application, how to locate our microservice inside our general architecture and how to implement the service. No database is used in this first version since we're going to iterate this approach in Part 2 of the course.
OAuth documentation: https://oauth.net/2/
If you have any questions or comments that are not particularly about the topics treated during this course you can always use the Q&A section and I'll make sure you clear your doubts by publishing content about those topics or issues as well. If you like what you're looking and getting, take a look at my website, there is a lot more in there!
- Just complete the Golang tour available at Golang's website
In this course I'm doing the very same I've been doing for the past 6 years: Analysis, design and development of high-performance microservices in Go.
This is not an introduction to Go's concepts, you have free resources for that like the Go Tour (I strongly suggest you to take it!). This is real-life and industry experience revealed in 13+ hours of video and resources that you will not easily find online.
We will cover everything you need:
Native web server.
Interfaces: How to design and implement them.
Dealing with dates.
Unit, Integration and Functional testing.
Mocking different artifacts of your application.
Consuming external APIs.
Mocking external APIs responses
Different concurrency designs based on each requirement.
Parallelism when we have multi-core VMs.
Stress-test our applications
Metrics, logging, debugging, profiling.
And a lots of more... EVERYTHING you need to work with this amazing technology.
- Software engineers.
- Software developers.
- Technical leaders.
- Anyone who wants to get serious about microservices in Go.