Microservices is an architectural style and pattern that is becoming hugely popular and is adopted by many organizations because of the advantages that it offers. It is an approach to building asynchronous, non-blocking, and failure-resilient applications.
This course focuses on building microservices in Scala. It addresses the best practices and common pitfalls in microservice architecture and useful implementation strategies in Scala. We start by shedding light on traditional monoliths, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), and how microservices evolved from it. Next we move on to explain the Play framework and build a small but working application. You will understand the importance of writing code that is asynchronous and non-blocking and how Play helps us do this. Later, the video explains how to build Reactive microservices using Akka and Akka HTTP, which adhere to the principles underlying the Reactive Manifesto. Next, we explore building high-throughput and resilient applications in some detail. At the end of the video, we explore Lagom and how it incorporates best practices to avoid common pitfalls.
About the Authors
Tomasz Lelek is a Software Engineer and Co-Founder of initLearn. He mostly does programming in Java and Scala. He dedicates his time and energy to being better at everything. He is now delving into Big Data Technologies. He is very passionate about everything associated with software development.
He has also been a speaker at a few conferences in Poland: Confitura and JDD, and also at the Krakow Scala User Group. He also conducted a live coding session at Geecon Conference.
This video shows the advantages of Microservices.
The videos show the Big risk of changes in Monolith applications.
The videos shows the Monitoring ofmultiple hosts.
The video shows Service Discovery.
The video shows Embedded containers deployment.
The video aims to show Health checks.
The videos shows how to Store Configuration in a Configuration Service.
The video shows Log aggregation.
This video shows Thread per request server model.
The videos shows about graceful Degradation.
The videos shows proper usage of HTTP methods.
This video shows yhy we c create client library for Microservices.
Understand the first application in the play framework.
Deep look at the Project Structure.
Return HTML from a Controller.
Create a Stateful controller.
Test a home controller that returns a HTML.
Implement the asynchronous endpoint that returns a value.
Add Gatling to the project.
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