What you'll learn
- Learn how to create Microservices using .Net Core
- Learn how to stitch multiple technologies together
- Learn how to version apis via routing parameter
- Learn how to version apis via query string
- Learn how to version apis via header
- Learn how to support multiple versions of the same api
- Learn how to deprecate older version of api
- Learn how to configure swagger to support different versions
- Basics of C#
Welcome to "Versioning Microservices" - fourth edition of Microservices Learning Series. The ultimate course for developers who want to learn how to build scalable, efficient, and robust Microservices using the .Net Core platform along with Docker, Kubernetes, Identity Server 4, Rabbit MQ, Angular 15, GRPC, Istio Service Mesh, SQL Server, MongoDB, PostGreSQL, Redis, Ocelot, Nginx, Azure, Helm Charts, and Auto Scale.
In this comprehensive course, you'll gain hands-on experience with Docker and Kubernetes to deploy and manage your Microservices. You'll learn how to integrate Identity Server 4 for secure authentication and authorization, Rabbit MQ for messaging, and GRPC for efficient communication between Microservices.
You'll also learn how to use Istio Service Mesh to manage Microservices traffic, and how to configure and optimize SQL Server, MongoDB, PostGreSQL, and Redis for your Microservices. You'll use Ocelot and Nginx to manage your Microservices API gateway and deploy your Microservices to Azure using Helm Charts.
By the end of this course, you'll have a solid understanding of how to design, develop, and deploy Microservices using the latest industry-standard tools and practices, including auto-scaling.
Who Should Take This Course?
Freshers who want to learn how to build scalable and efficient systems using Microservices architecture.
Junior Developers who are looking to level up their skills and gain experience building real-world Microservices applications.
Mid-Level Developers who want to learn how to build and deploy Microservices using the latest industry-standard tools and practices.
Senior Developers who are looking to stay ahead of the curve and keep their skills up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies.
Software Architects who want to learn how to design and develop scalable, distributed, and fault-tolerant systems using Microservices.
Technical Leads who want to gain a deeper understanding of Microservices architecture and lead their teams in building scalable and efficient systems.
Disclaimer:- Assuming you have already completed the prerequisite courses listed below in bold letters, as this course cannot be taken as a stand-alone course. Without the foundational knowledge and skills provided in those courses, you may struggle with understanding the API setup and overall flow of the course.
1. Getting Started with Microservices using Clean Architecture
2. Securing Microservices using Identity Server 4
3. Implementing Cross Cutting Concerns
4. Versioning Microservices (Current Course)
(Next Courses of this series)
5. Building Angular Application for MicroServices
6. Deploying Microservices to Kubernetes and AKS
Welcome to the "Versioning Microservices" course, where you will learn how to manage and update microservices effectively. In a rapidly evolving technology landscape, microservices have become a popular architectural style for building complex applications. Microservices allow for flexibility, scalability, and faster development cycles, making it easier for organizations to adapt to changing business needs. However, managing multiple microservices can be challenging, especially when it comes to versioning.
In this course, you will explore the best practices for versioning microservices, including versioning strategies such as .Net Core, URL versioning, header versioning, media versioning, and custom Swagger implementation. You will learn how to implement versioning in your microservices architecture to ensure smooth and seamless updates, avoid conflicts and downtime, and maintain the reliability and stability of your services.
Whether you are a developer, architect, or IT professional, this course is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage and version your microservices. Join us as we explore the world of versioning microservices and discover how to leverage this powerful architecture, including .Net Core, URL versioning, header versioning, media versioning, and custom Swagger implementation, to deliver innovative and reliable applications.
Implementing API Versioning
Let's understand what to change
Implementing Basket Checkout V2 Version
Getting 400 Validation Error with Checkout
Creating V2 Version of Basket Controller
Configure Swagger Options
Applying Swagger Default Values
Custom Swagger Configuration in Startup
Testing new version of Swagger
Creating new version of Basket Checkout method
Creating V2 version of Basket Ordering Consumer
Configuring new Receive EndPoint for Checkout V2
Checkout Order Command Fluent Validation Failing
Fixing Checkout Issue
Who this course is for:
- Beginners, Intermediate or even Advanced level candidates who wanted to refine their Microservices knowledge using .Net core and other tons of different technologies
Hello, I'm Rahul Sahay, a seasoned Software Architect and Web Technology Specialist with over 15 years of hands-on experience in the software development industry. Here are some key points that highlight my expertise:
1. Diverse Software Development Skills: I have a deep understanding of various aspects of the software development life cycle, including System Design, Problem Solving, Low-Level Design, and Web Stack Development.
2. Wide Range of Project Experience: Throughout my career, I've worked on a variety of software projects, spanning from client applications to web services and websites.
3. Passion for Coding Excellence: I'm truly passionate about coding and take pride in creating efficient and effective software solutions that meet the unique requirements of clients and end-users.
4. Knowledge Sharing: I love sharing my knowledge with others and have had the privilege of speaking and conducting training sessions at events worldwide, including conferences, web camps, and code camps. This has allowed me to connect with fellow developers and share insights on the latest software development trends and best practices.
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6. Commitment to Client Success: I take great pride in my work and am committed to helping my clients and peers achieve their software development goals.
If you're looking for a seasoned professional with expertise in .NET, .NET Core, Docker, Kubernetes, Microservices, Angular, ChatGPT, Bard, and other AI tools, please don't hesitate to get in touch with me. I look forward to connecting with you and exploring how my experience can contribute to your success in the exciting field of AI and software development.