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Reactive Microservice Architecture Training
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Reactive Microservice Architecture Training

Learn to leverage reactive microservices to reduce errors, enable shorter time-to-market and create sustainable development!

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Description

The advent of reactive microservice architectures and the popularity of functional programming in recent years has prompted many companies to reconsider their traditional n-tier architectures. While traditional architectures served them well in the past, scalability, availability, and performance have become more of a concern to many organizations seeking to meet the ever-growing demands of their customers.

Microservices-based Architecture isbased on the decomposition of the Microservice gateways, resulting in saving time and greatly reducing coding efforts. By enabling software to be divided into modules, microservices make it easier to change the software. The use of reactive microservices makes your applications far more efficient, and also reduces errors. To accomplish their goals, companies must also incorporate NoSQL and Agile DevOps into their architectures, resulting in a holistic solution that emphasizes automation and scalability.

On successful completion of the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate from KnowledgeHut.

What you will learn:
  • Understanding reactive microservices
  • Agile DevOps using Ansible, Vagrant, and Docker
  • Developing a simple microservice application in Play or ACT framework
  • Securing microservices, encrypting data at rest, and using PKI/HMAC
  • Distributed caching and making full use of the HTTP protocol (CORS, HTTP/2, HSTS, Public key pinning)
  • Common practices/Best Practices for Microservices
  • Future of web development with web components and isomorphic JS
  • SaaS and multi-tenancy in microservices
You will also get:
  • Comprehensive, downloadable courseware
  • In-depth case studies for better retention
  • Course completion certificate
  • 1 credit per hour of learning

Key Features

3 days of quality interactive learning
Course completion certificate
Get deep insights into best practices in Reactive Microservices
Learn practical accepted methods for using microservices in development
Downloadable comprehensive courseware
Hands-on exercises to cement your learning

Curriculum

What are microservices? (60 min)

  • Microservice architecture
  • Reactive Manifesto
  • History of Web architectures (N-tier, SOA, etc)

Building an architecture from scratch (30 min)

  • Stakeholder map
  • Business goals

BREAK (15 min)

Business Processes and Value Streams (60 min)

  • Business Process Mapping
  • Value Stream Mapping
  • Identify atomic processes
  • Define methods

Automate to reduce cycle time and increase value-added activities (60 min)

  • Brainstorming automation
  • Choosing the right technology stack
  • Forming teams
  • Consumer-driven contracts and Dependencies
  • Interface boundaries and DDD (Domain-Driven Design)

Q&A (15 min)

LUNCH (60 min)

Defining Domains and Resources (60 min)

  • Create a domain resource map
  • Specify size of resources and which persistence store they belong to
  • Document using Swagger

Creating an API – Defining routes and methods (30 min)

  • API best practices and conventions
  • CORS

BREAK (15 min)

Creating an API – Data formats (30 min)

  • HTTP/REST/JSON

Hands-on Exercise (45 min)

  • Participants will be asked to create a stakeholder map
  • Participants will be asked to create a business process and value stream
  • Participants will be asked to identify domains and resources for their business process

What is DevOps? (60 min)

  • CI/CD
  • Versioning
  • Deployment

Agile DevOps (30 min)

  • Functional Testing

  • Stress/Load Testing

  • Security/Penetration Testing

BREAK (15 min)

Using DevOps Tools (120 min)

  • Vagrant

  • Ansible

  • Docker and Containers

Q&A (15 min)

LUNCH (60 min)

Hands-On Exercise (60 min)

  • Participants will be asked to create a Vagrant box

  • Participants will be asked to create a simple Ansible playbook

  • Participants will be asked to create a docker image

What is Cloud Computing? (30 min)

  • Virtualized instances

  • Microservices in the cloud

BREAK (15 min)

Using Cloud Computing (30 min)

  • Introduction to AWS, GCP, and Azure

  • Sample VPC in AWS

Hands-on Exercise (45 min)

  • Participants will be asked to create an AWS account
  • Participants will be asked to create a VPC
  • Participants will be asked to create an EC2 instance

Securing microservices (30 min)

Introduction to Encryption (60 min)

  • One way encryption – hashing and HMAC

  • Two-way symmetric encryption - AES

  • Two-way asymmetric encryption – RSA and PKI

  • Use cases

BREAK (15 min)

Caching and Protocols (60 min)

  • Client-side and Server-side caching

  • HTTP protocol – Request and Response Headers

  • HTTP/2 and Pipelining

SaaS and Multi-tenancy (60 min)

Q&A (15 min)

LUNCH (60 min)

Hands-On Exercise (60 min)

  • Participants will be asked which encryption they use

  • Participants will be asked to specify their caching strategies

  • Participants will be asked to specify what request and response headers they generate

BREAK (15 min)

The Future of Web Development (60 min)

  • Isomorphic JS

  • Web components and Shadow DOM

Hands-on Exercise (45 min)

  • Participants will be asked to create a web component

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Frequently Asked Questions

To attend this course, candidates must have programming knowledge in an imperative or functional programming language such as Java, .NET, PHP, etc. and a background in software architecture.

Reactive microservices have many advantages over traditional architectures in terms of scalability, availability, and performance. The inherent small size of the components helps in realising a continuous delivery pipeline with reduced errors in a very short span of time. With many strong arguments in favour of the introduction of microservices, global corporates are looking for developers who are experts in the use of reactive microservices.

Our expert facilitators will help you understand how to leverage reactive microservices for organizational advantage. Get set for a rewarding career in this field with KnowledgeHut’s well conceptualised courseware.

On successful completion of the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate from KnowledgeHut with Credits (1 credit per hour of training).

Any registration cancelled within 48 hours of the initial registration will be refunded in FULL (please note that all cancellations will incur a 5% deduction in the refunded amount due to transactional costs applicable while refunding). Refunds will be processed within 30 days of receipt of written request for refund. Kindly go through our Refund Policy for more details:  https://www.knowledgehut.com/refund-policy

Please send in an email to support@knowledgehut.com, and we will answer any queries you may have!

This course offers value to Developers , Solution Architects and Software Architects, among others. Note that candidates must have programming knowledge in an imperative or functional programming language such as Java, .NET, PHP, etc. and a background in software architecture.

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