This course is about Spring Cloud Microservice development. This course is for the IT professional (and final year students) who have some professional experience (or no professional experience at all) and wants a short , direct, solid, to the point and deep introduction of Spring framework based Microservice development. It specifically eliminates all unnecessary theory and tries to link the student's existing knowledge in making him / her realize that a significant portion of Microservice development is not any different from regular java REST service development. The direct approach tries to reduce learning curve and speed up the learning processes. It demystifies Microservice development at a fast pace. For example, it stresses that after all, Microservices are services themselves. If someone is already confident in designing legacy monolithic REST services, a lot of those skills transfers directly to Microservice development as well. At the same time, it highlights specific areas where Microservice development has solid differences from legacy service development. This course thus, will focus on two aspects of the students background
1. What he / she already knows about service development and how that skill still is useful in Microservice development.
2. What he / she needs to know new about Microservice development.
We cover several topics including Spring Framework Dependency Injection, Aspect Oriented Programming, Spring Boot based Microservice development ,which will add confidence to the student and his/her ability to do Spring Boot, as well as some of the heavily used Spring Cloud Netflx stack of libraries including
1. Spring Cloud Service Discovery.
2. Spring Cloud Config Service using Github
3. Spring Cloud Config Client
4. Spring Cloud Deteriorative Client Feign
5. Spring Cloud Circuit Breaker Hystrix
Lastly, we use a custom loan application domain as a field to explore Microservice development.
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!!