Developing Microservices Training

This five-day Developing Microservices Training training class teaches students how to get up to speed with microservices, CI/CD, microservice container management, Docker, message-based microservices architecture, and Couchbase schema on read for microservices.

Location

Public Classes: Delivered live online via WebEx and guaranteed to run . Join from anywhere!

Private Classes: Delivered at your offices , or any other location of your choice.

Goals
  1. Confidently use the stack outlined in the course.
  2. Understand the various key components.
  3. Apply the knowledge to migrate applications to microservice architected solutions on Docker, Kubernetes, and Jenkins with OpenShift
  4. Understand the various components in a containerized microservice environment for CI/CD
Outline
  1. Microservice Development
    1. What are Microservices?
    2. Microservices vs Classic SOA
    3. Principles of Microservices Architecture Design
    4. Business Domain-Centric Design
    5. Designing for failure
    6. Microservices Architecture – Pros
    7. Microservices Architecture – Cons
    8. Docker and Microservices
    9. Microservice Deployment with Docker – Workflow
    10. Writing Dockerfile
    11. Kubernetes
    12. What is OpenShift
    13. OpenShift Architecture
    14. Microservices and Various Applications
    15. Web Applications
    16. Web Applications – Reference Architecture
    17. Web Applications – When to use?
    18. Rich Client Applications
    19. Rich Client Applications – Reference Architecture
    20. Rich Client Applications – When to use?
    21. Rich Internet Applications
    22. Rich Internet Applications – Reference Architecture
    23. Rich Internet Applications – When to use?
    24. Mobile Applications
    25. Mobile Applications – Reference Architecture
    26. Mobile Applications – When to use?
    27. Service Applications
    28. Service Applications – Reference Architecture
    29. Service Applications – When to use?
    30. Single Page Applications
    31. Single Page Applications – Benefits
    32. Traditional Enterprise Application Architecture
    33. Sample Microservices Architecture
    34. Serverless & Event-driven Microservice – AWS Lambda
    35. Summary
  2. REST Services
    1. Many Flavors of Services
    2. Understanding REST
    3. Principles of RESTful Services
    4. REST Example – Create
    5. REST Example – Retrieve
    6. REST Example – Update
    7. REST Example – Delete
    8. REST Example – Client Generated ID
    9. SOAP Equivalent Examples
    10. REST Example – JSON
    11. REST vs SOAP Communication
    12. More REST vs SOAP
    13. REST vs SOAP Summary
    14. RESTful Services Usage
    15. Additional Resources
    16. Summary
  3. Advanced Objects and Functionality in JavaScript
    1. JavaScript Evolution
    2. Basic Objects
    3. Constructor Function
    4. More on the Constructor Function
    5. Object Properties
    6. Deleting a Property
    7. The instanceof Operator
    8. Object Properties
    9. Constructor and Instance Objects
    10. Constructor Level Properties
    11. Namespace
    12. Functions Are First-Class Objects
    13. Closures
    14. Closure Examples
    15. Private Variables with Closures
    16. Immediately Invoked Function Expression (IIFE)
    17. The Module Pattern
    18. Module Pattern Example
    19. Prototype
    20. Inheritance in JavaScript
    21. The Prototype Chain
    22. Traversing Prototype Property Hierarchy
    23. Prototype Chain
    24. Inheritance Using Prototype
    25. Extending Inherited Behavior
    26. Enhancing Constructors
    27. Improving Constructor Performance
    28. Inheritance with Object.create
    29. The hasOwnProperty Method
    30. Summary
  4. React Overview
    1. What is React?
    2. What's in a Name?
    3. React Component Model
    4. What React Is Not
    5. What You Will Not Find in React
    6. Motivation for Creating React
    7. A React JavaScript Example
    8. One-Way Data Flow
    9. JSX
    10. A JSX Example
    11. The Virtual (Mock) DOM
    12. Only Sub-components that Actually Change are Re-Rendered
    13. React Libraries
    14. Summary
  5. Programming with React API
    1. React Programming Options
    2. Components vs Elements
    3. Three Ways to Create a React UI Component
    4. React API On-Line Documentation
    5. Setting Up the Libraries
    6. The ReactDOM Object
    7. The ReactDOM Object (Cont'd)
    8. The React Object
    9. The React.createElement Method
    10. The ReactElement Object
    11. The ReactElement Structure
    12. The React.DOM Object
    13. The React.PropTypes Object
    14. The React.Children Object
    15. The propTypes Object
    16. Lifecycle Methods (Applied only to ES6 Classes)
    17. Summary
  6. Basic Components and JSX
    1. What is JSX?
    2. JSX Transpilation to React Code Example
    3. Running the Transpiled Code
    4. Babel
    5. Babel JavaScript Library
    6. Script Import Skeleton Code
    7. Playing Around in CodePen
    8. React Components and Properties (Props)
    9. Ways to Create UI Components
    10. Creating a Functional Component Example
    11. Component Names Must Be Capitalized
    12. Creating a UI Component with React.createClass()
    13. The render Method Object
    14. Creating a UI Component Using ES6 Class Notation
    15. Using ES6 Classes with React
    16. Which UI Component Creation Syntax Should I Use?
    17. Components vs Elements
    18. Elements Are Immutable
    19. Properties
    20. Property Naming Convention
    21. Properties Default to 'True'
    22. Spread Attributes (an ES6 Feature)
    23. Expressions
    24. Summary
  7. Introduction to Node.js
    1. What Is Node.js?
    2. Application of Node.js
    3. Installing Node.js and NPM
    4. "Hello, Node World!"
    5. How It Works
    6. Built on JavaScript: Benefits
    7. Traditional Server-Side I/O Model
    8. Disadvantages of the Traditional Approach
    9. Event-Driven, Non-Blocking I/O
    10. Concurrency
    11. Using Node Package Manager (NPM)
    12. Express
    13. Microservices with Node.js
    14. The Express Package
    15. Installing and Using Express
    16. Defining Routing Rules in Express
    17. Route Path
    18. The Response Object
    19. A Simple Web Service with Express Example
    20. Composite Services
    21. Example - Call an API Using a Promise
    22. Using the callApi() Function
    23. Summary
  8. Extending React
    1. The Need to Extend React
    2. Redux
    3. Redux Design Ideas
    4. React Router
    5. React Router Code Examples
    6. Issues With Manual Module Management
    7. Webpack
    8. Testing React Apps: ReactTestUtils
    9. Testing React Apps: Jest
    10. Testing with Jest and Enzyme
    11. Summary
  9. React Component Concepts
    1. Nesting JSX Elements
    2. Example of JSX Nesting
    3. Comments in JSX Code
    4. JSX Escapes Values
    5. Event Handling
    6. Event Handler Example
    7. Working with Lists of Items
    8. Keys in Lists
    9. Example List With Key
    10. Container vs. Presentational Components
    11. State
    12. Types of State Data
    13. State Hierarchy
    14. Lift State Up
    15. Props vs. State
    16. Pass Down a Function
    17. Immutability
    18. Immutability – Why?
    19. Virtual DOM and State
    20. Setting state
    21. Updating Input fields
    22. Passing Props to Components
    23. Passing Functions to Components
    24. Event Binding - DOs
    25. Event Binding – Don'ts
    26. Passing Parameters to Event Handlers
    27. App Development Workflow – 1/3
    28. App Development Workflow – 2/3
    29. App Development Workflow – 3/3
    30. Summary
  10. Introduction to Spring Boot
    1. What is Spring Boot?
    2. Spring Boot Main Features
    3. Spring Boot on the PaaS
    4. Understanding Java Annotations
    5. Spring MVC Annotations
    6. Example of Spring MVC-based RESTful Web Service
    7. Spring Booting Your RESTful Web Service
    8. Spring Boot Skeletal Application Example
    9. Converting a Spring Boot Application to a WAR File
    10. Externalized Configuration
    11. Starters
    12. The 'pom.xml' File
    13. Spring Boot Maven Plugin
    14. HOWTO: Create a Spring Boot Application
    15. Summary
  11. Spring MVC
    1. Spring MVC
    2. Spring Web Modules
    3. Spring MVC Components
    4. DispatcherServlet
    5. Template Engines
    6. Spring Boot MVC Example
    7. Spring MVC Mapping of Requests
    8. Advanced @RequestMapping
    9. Composed Request Mappings
    10. Spring MVC Annotation Controllers
    11. Controller Handler Method Parameters
    12. Controller Handler Method Return Types
    13. View Resolution
    14. Spring Boot Considerations
    15. Summary
  12. Overview of Spring Database Integration
    1. DAO Support in Spring
    2. Spring Data Access Modules
    3. Spring JDBC Module
    4. Spring ORM Module
    5. DataAccessException
    6. @Repository Annotation
    7. Using DataSources
    8. DAO Templates
    9. DAO Templates and Callbacks
    10. ORM Tool Support in Spring
    11. Summary
  13. Using Spring with JPA or Hibernate
    1. Spring JPA
    2. Benefits of Using Spring with ORM
    3. Spring @Repository
    4. Using JPA with Spring
    5. Configure Spring Boot JPA EntityManagerFactory
    6. Application JPA Code
    7. "Classic" Spring ORM Usage
    8. Spring JpaTemplate
    9. Spring JpaCallback
    10. JpaTemplate Convenience Features
    11. Spring Boot Considerations
    12. Spring Data JPA Repositories
    13. Summary
  14. Spring REST Services
    1. REST Services With Spring MVC
    2. Spring MVC Components
    3. Spring MVC @RequestMapping with REST
    4. Working With the Request Body and Response Body
    5. @RestController Annotation
    6. Implementing JAX-RS Services and Spring
    7. JAX-RS Annotations
    8. Spring Security
    9. Spring Security Options
    10. Spring Security Features
    11. Java Clients Using RestTemplate
    12. RestTemplate Methods
    13. Summary
  15. Spring Security
    1. Securing Web Applications with Spring Security 3.0
    2. Spring Security 3.0
    3. Authentication and Authorization
    4. Programmatic v Declarative Security
    5. Getting Spring Security from Maven
    6. Spring Security Configuration
    7. Spring Security Configuration Example
    8. Authentication Manager
    9. Using Database User Authentication
    10. LDAP Authentication
    11. Summary
  16. Spring JMS
    1. Spring JMS
    2. JmsTemplate
    3. Connection and Destination
    4. JmsTemplate Configuration
    5. Transaction Management
    6. Example Transaction Configuration
    7. Producer Example
    8. Consumer Example
    9. Converting Messages
    10. Message Listener Containers
    11. Message-Driven POJO's Async Receiver Example
    12. Message-Driven POJO's Async Receiver Configuration
    13. Spring Boot Considerations
    14. Summary
  17. Introduction to Couchbase
    1. What is Couchbase?
    2. Key Components of Couchbase
    3. Benefits of Couchbase
    4. Basics of Data Modeling
    5. Modeling One-to-many Relationship
    6. Modeling Many-to-many
    7. Doing a Query
    8. About Query Index
    9. Example MapReduce View
    10. Summary
  18. Introduction to Couchbase Programming Using Java
    1. Getting Started
    2. Opening a Connection
    3. Creating Index
    4. Doing a Query Using MapReduce View
    5. Doing an N1QL Query
    6. Retrieve a Document by ID
    7. Adding a Document
    8. Updating a Document
    9. Deleting a Document
    10. Summary
  19. Introduction to KAFKA
    1. Messaging Architectures – What is Messaging?
    2. Messaging Architectures – Steps to Messaging
    3. Messaging Architectures – Messaging Models
    4. What is Kafka?
    5. What is Kafka? (Contd.)
    6. Kafka Overview
    7. Kafka Overview (Contd.)
    8. Need for Kafka
    9. Kafka Partitions
    10. Kafka Architecture
    11. Core concepts in Kafka
    12. Kafka Topic
    13. Kafka Producer
    14. Kafka Consumer
    15. Kafka Broker
    16. Kafka Cluster
    17. Why Kafka Cluster?
    18. Sample Multi-Broker Cluster
    19. Overview of ZooKeeper
    20. Kafka Cluster & ZooKeeper
    21. Who Uses Kafka?
    22. Summary
  20. Using Apache Kafka
    1. Installing Apache Kafka
    2. Configuration Files
    3. Starting Kafka
    4. Using Kafka Command Line Client Tools
    5. Setting up a Multi-Broker Cluster
    6. Using Multi-Broker Cluster
    7. Kafka Connect
    8. Kafka Connect – Configuration Files
    9. Using Kafka Connect to Import/Export Data
    10. Creating a Spring Boot Producer
    11. Adding Kafka dependency to pom.xml
    12. Defining a Spring Boot Service to Send Message(s)
    13. Defining a Spring Boot Controller
    14. Testing the Spring Boot Producer
    15. Creating a Nodejs Consumer
    16. Summary
  21. Introduction to Kubernetes
    1. What is Kubernetes
    2. What is a Container
    3. Container – Uses
    4. Container – Pros
    5. Container – Cons
    6. Composition of a Container
    7. Control Groups
    8. Namespaces
    9. Union Filesystems
    10. Popular Containerization Software
    11. Microservices
    12. Microservices and Containers / Clusters
    13. Microservices and Orchestration
    14. Microservices and Infrastructure-as-Code
    15. Kubernetes Container Networking
    16. Kubernetes Networking Options
    17. Kubernetes Networking – Balanced Design
    18. Summary
  22. Kubernetes – From the Firehose
    1. What is Kubernetes?
    2. Container Orchestration
    3. Kubernetes Basic Architecture
    4. Kubernetes Detailed Architecture
    5. Kubernetes Concepts
    6. Cluster and Namespace
    7. Node
    8. Master
    9. Pod
    10. Label
    11. Annotation
    12. Label Selector
    13. Replication Controller and Replica Set
    14. Service
    15. Storage Volume
    16. Secret
    17. Resource Quota
    18. Authentication and Authorization
    19. Routing
    20. Registry
    21. Using Docker Registry
    22. Summary
  23. Docker Introduction
    1. What is Docker
    2. Where Can I Ran Docker?
    3. Docker and Containerization on Linux
    4. Linux Kernel Features: cgroups and namespaces
    5. The Docker-Linux Kernel Interfaces
    6. Docker Containers vs Traditional Virtualization
    7. Docker as Platform-as-a-Service
    8. Docker Integration
    9. Docker Services
    10. Docker Application Container Public Repository
    11. Competing Systems
    12. Docker Command-line
    13. Starting, Inspecting, and Stopping Docker Containers
    14. Summary
  24. CI/CD with OpenShift, Jenkins, and Blue Ocean
    1. What is OpenShift
    2. OpenShift Online
    3. OpenShift Origin
    4. OpenShift Architecture
    5. OpenShift Origin Installation
    6. OpenShift CLI
    7. OpenShift CLI (Contd.)
    8. Jenkins Continuous Integration
    9. Jenkins Features
    10. Running Jenkins
    11. Downloading and Installing Jenkins
    12. Running Jenkins as a Stand-Alone Application
    13. Running Jenkins on an Application Server
    14. Installing Jenkins as a Windows Service
    15. Different types of Jenkins job
    16. Configuring Source Code Management(SCM)
    17. Working with Subversion
    18. Working with Subversion (cont'd)
    19. Working with Git
    20. Build Triggers
    21. Schedule Build Jobs
    22. Polling the SCM
    23. Maven Build Steps
    24. Jenkins / OpenShift Pipeline
    25. Jenkins / OpenShift Pipeline Output
    26. Installing Jenkins Plugins
    27. The Blue Ocean Plugin
    28. Blue Ocean Plugin Features
    29. New modern user experience
    30. Advanced Pipeline visualizations with built-in failure diagnosis
    31. Branch and Pull Request awareness
    32. Personalized View
    33. OpenShift Pipeline Output
    34. Creating OpenShift Blue Ocean Pipeline
    35. Summary
  25. Operational Readiness
    1. What is Operational Readiness
    2. Telemetry
    3. End-to-end Requirements Traceability
    4. Log Strategy
    5. Monitoring Strategy
    6. Runbooks
    7. Summary
  26. Application Modernization
    1. What is Application Modernization
    2. Typical App Modernization Projects
    3. Why Modernization?
    4. Goals for Application Modernization
    5. Modernization Process
    6. Modernization in a Nutshell
    7. Modernization in a Nutshell - Analyze
    8. Modernization in a Nutshell - Rationalize
    9. Modernization in a Nutshell - Modernize
    10. Modernization in a Nutshell – Supervise
    11. Twelve-factor Applications
    12. Twelve Factors, Microservices, and App Modernization
    13. 12-Factor Microservice Codebase
    14. 12-Factor Microservice Dependencies
    15. 12-Factor Microservice Config
    16. 12-Factor Microservice Backing Services
    17. 12-Factor Microservice Continuous Delivery
    18. 12-Factor Microservice Processes
    19. 12-Factor Microservice Data Isolation
    20. 12-Factor Microservice Concurrency
    21. 12-Factor Microservice Disposability
    22. 12-Factor Microservice Environment Parity
    23. 12-Factor Microservice Logs
    24. 12-Factor Microservice Admin Processes
    25. Monolithic revisited
    26. Monolithic vs. Microservices
    27. Maintaining State in App Modernization
    28. Cloud Service Fabric
    29. Summary
  27. Introduction to Feign
    1. What is Feign
    2. Feign - Annotations
    3. Creating a REST client with Feign
    4. Benefits of using Feign
    5. Feign – Default Beans
    6. FeignFeign – Simple Example
    7. Multiple Interfaces
    8. Ribbon
    9. Ribbon Load Balancing Architecture
    10. Using Ribbon
    11. Ribbon and Feign
    12. Hystrix
    13. Hystrix Dependency
    14. Using Hystrix
    15. Summary
  28. Activit Workflow
    1. Business Process Management
    2. Business Process Model and Notation
    3. BPMN (Contd.)
    4. BPMN – Elements
    5. BPMN 2.0
    6. What is Activiti
    7. Activiti – Components
    8. Activiti – Alternative Modeling GUI
    9. Activiti – Sample workflow in Activit Process Modeler
    10. Using Spring Boot with Activiti
    11. Spring Boot with Activiti – Getting Started
    12. Spring Boot with Activiti – Simple Application
    13. Spring Boot with Activiti – Add BPMN 2.0 process definition
    14. Spring Boot with Activiti – Create a CommandLineRunner
    15. Spring Boot with Activiti – Create a Bean
    16. Spring Boot with Activiti – Start the Application
    17. Summary
Class Materials

Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.

Class Prerequisites

Experience in the following is required for this Microservices class:

  • A desire to learn how this Microservices toolchain can improve your organization effectiveness, build and release processes, application architecture and development, and business continuity for greenfield and application modernization.

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Length: 5 Days
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