gRPC [Java] Master Class: Build Modern API & Micro services
What you'll learn
- Learn the gRPC theory to understand how gRPC works
- Compare gRPC and REST API paradigm
- Write your gRPC service definition in .proto files
- Generate Server & Client Code in Java using the Gradle gRPC plugin
- Implement Unary, Server Streaming, Client Streaming & Bi-Directional Streaming API
- Practice your learning with Exercises & Solutions
- Implement advanced concepts such as Error Handling, Deadlines & SSL Security
- Implement a full CRUD API on top of MongoDB
- Get pointers to expand your learning journey and get inspired by real world gRPC services
- Good Understanding of Java 8 Programming Language
- Good Understanding of Protocol Buffers
gRPC is a new and modern framework for building scalable, modern and fast API. It is leveraged by many top tech companies such as Google, Square & Netflix and enables programmers to write micro-services in any language they want while keeping the ability to easily create communications between these services. It relies on Protocol Buffers for the transport mechanism and Service Definition language.
In this course, we are going to explore in depth, with hands-on lectures, all the aspects to get started with gRPC.
This course is hands-on and you will implement two services: Greet and a Calculator Service.
In just a few hours, you will know everything you need to know to write your .proto files, generate code in your Favourite Programming, and implement your services, servers and client in Java. There will be plenty of hands-on lectures and exercises for you to practice your newly acquired skills.
It's time to say goodbye to slow and clunky REST API, and opt-in for a better API framework.
gRPC Java Master Class is the best way to get a great overview of all the possibilities offered by gRPC with your favourite language
> Learn the gRPC theory to understand how gRPC works
> Compare gRPC and REST API paradigm
> Write your gRPC service definition in .proto files
> Generate Server & Client Code in Java using the Gradle gRPC plugin
> Implement Unary, Server Streaming, Client Streaming & Bi-Directional Streaming API
> Practice your learning with Exercises & Solutions
> Implement advanced concepts such as Error Handling, Deadlines & SSL Security
> Implement a full CRUD API on top of MongoDB
> Get pointers to expand your learning journey and get inspired by real world gRPC services
Note: This course expects you have some preliminary knowledge about Protocol Buffers.
gRPC Course Overview: Get an understand of the course objectives, how the course is structured, download the course code and get ready!
[Theory] gRPC Internals Deep Dive: Learn how gRPC works behind the scenes. Learn about HTTP/2, Protocol Buffers efficiencies, and the differences of gRPC and REST.
[Hands-On] gRPC Project Overview & Setup: Setup your project using Gradle and learn how to trigger code generation
[Hands-On] gRPC Unary: API description & implementation
[Hands-On] gRPC Server Streaming: API description & implementation
[Hands-On] gRPC Client Streaming: API description & implementation
[Hands-On] gRPC Bi-Directional Streaming: API description & implementation
[Hands-On] gRPC Advanced Features Deep Dive: Advanced features such as Error Handling, Deadlines, SSL Security.
Next Steps: Some useful real-world links & where to take your learning from here
My name is Stephane Maarek, and I'll be your instructor in this course. I teach about Apache Kafka, AWS, and gRPC with my focus always on helping my students improve their professional proficiencies. I am also the author of some of the most highly-rated & best-selling courses.
Throughout my career in designing and delivering these certifications and courses, I have already taught 1,000,000+ students and gotten 350,000+ reviews!
With development being a widely accepted and pursued career, I've decided it's time for students to properly learn about gRPC [Java]. So, let’s kick start the course! You are in good hands!
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A responsive instructor in the Q&A Section
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I hope to see you inside the course!
Who this course is for:
- Developers who want to understand how to write gRPC Services and Clients in Java
- Architects who want to understand how gRPC works and the concepts behind the different types of API
Stephane is a solutions architect, consultant and software developer that has a particular interest in all things related to Big Data, Cloud & API. He's also a many-times best seller instructor on Udemy for his courses in Apache Kafka and AWS.
[See FAQ below to see in which order you can take my courses]
Stéphane is recognized as an AWS Hero and is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Professional & AWS Certified DevOps Professional. He loves to teach people how to use the AWS properly, to get them ready for their AWS certifications, and most importantly for the real world.
He also loves Apache Kafka. He sits on the 2019 Program Committee organizing the Kafka Summit in New York, London and San Francisco. He is also an active member of the Apache Kafka community, authoring blogs on Medium and a guest blog for Confluent.
During his spare time he enjoys cooking, practicing yoga, surfing, watching TV shows, and traveling to awesome destinations!
FAQ: In which order should you learn?...
AWS Cloud: Start with AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate, then move on to AWS Certified Developer Associate and then AWS Certified SysOps Administrator. Afterwards you can either do AWS Certified Solutions Architect Professional or AWS Certified DevOps Professional, or a specialty certification of your choosing. Once ready, you can learn AWS Lambda and AWS CloudFormation in depth, or do the AWS Big Data certification.
Apache Kafka: Start with Apache Kafka for Beginners, then you can learn Connect, Streams and Schema Registry if you're a developer, and Setup and Monitoring courses if you're an admin. Both tracks are needed to pass the Confluent Kafka certification.
gRPC: First do the protocol buffers course, then move on to gRPC Java or gRPC Golang course.
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