Oreilly – Serverless Fundamentals for Microservices An Introduction to Core Concepts and Best Practices

Oreilly – Serverless Fundamentals for Microservices: An Introduction to Core Concepts and Best Practices
English | Size: 2.61 GB
Category: Programming | E-learning | others

Serverless technology offers an attractive proposition: it frees us from much of the administration work we’ve worried about in the past, giving us more time to focus on building great software. But there’s a lot of hype around the technology too. In this video series, microservices expert Sam Newman explains what serverless is, dives into the details of the features it provides, highlights its challenges, and shares his insights on how to get the best out of it. You’ll come away with a concrete understanding of how to use serverless technology to implement microservice architecture and how to best integrate serverless into your existing applications. [Read more…]

Packt – Microservices with Spring Cloud [Integrated Course]

Packt – Microservices with Spring Cloud [Integrated Course]
English | Size: 1.87 GB
Category: CBTs

n this course, you will learn how to split an existing application into smaller services and what you need to build, deploy, and run it. You will learn how you can use Docker to support your local development and how you can utilize it to run your application in the cloud. To work with multiple services, you will need (for example) service discovery and reverse proxies. To be able to maintain the development pace, you also need to break up your user interface, so every service can serve its own UI, and you need to learn how to communicate with these services synchronously using REST and asynchronously using events. To run your application, you need to know what is going on in your distributed application, so monitoring and tracing calls is an important topic as well, and one that you’ll learn about. So overall, this course will give you valuable insights and recipes with which to create your own distributed application, for deployment to the cloud. [Read more…]

Develop and Operate Microservices on Kubernetes [ 19 Files]

Develop and Operate Microservices on Kubernetes [ 19 Files]
English | Size: 166.48 MB
Category: Tutorial

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Moving to microservices is not an easy transition for developers who have been building applications using more traditional methods. There are a ton of new concepts and details developers need to become familiar with when they design a distributed application. Throw Docker and Kubernetes into the mix and it becomes clear why many developers struggle to adapt to this new world. [Read more…]

Docker Orchestration and Microservices 2nd

Docker Orchestration and Microservices 2nd
English | Size: 841.40 MB
Category: CBTS

In this video training, Charles D. Crawford starts by introducing some of the motivations behind microservices and how to properly containerize web applications using Docker. He then does a quick overview of how Docker registries can help to store artifacts from your built images. Following this, he walks you through Docker’s latest tools: docker-compose, docker-machine, and docker-swarm. Specifically, Charlie covers how to use these tools to aid in both developing and deploying to a wide variety of system and container configurations. He then turns to Kubernetes, the popular container orchestration system created by Google. After watching this video, developers will have a strong understanding of modern containerized applications and microservices and will understand how these systems can benefit them.
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Oreilly – Securing Microservices Protect Sensitive Data in Transit and at Rest

Oreilly – Securing Microservices Protect Sensitive Data in Transit and at Rest
English | Size: 0.99 GB
Category: CBTs

Microservice architectures offer a lot of advantages: making it easier to scale your application and team, use different technology, and ship features more quickly. However, they also create serious challenges, such as how to properly ensure that the systems you create are secure. If done well, microservice architectures can be significantly more secure than other types of software, but if approached in a naive fashion, you can end up with a less secure, more compromised system. This video provides the sophisticated knowledge you need to create secure architectures from the ground up. The course works best for participants who understand what microservices are and who have some experience working with distributed systems. [Read more…]

Moving to Microservices | livelesson

Moving to Microservices | livelesson
English | Size: 395.54 MB
Category: CBTs

Agile practices and techniques, such as continuous delivery, are about being able to react to changes rapidly. However, putting them into practice when you have a big monolith application can be difficult. A microservice architecture offers one solution.
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OREILLY Securing Microservices Protect Sensitive Data in Transit and at Rest-RiDWARE

OREILLY Securing Microservices Protect Sensitive Data in Transit and at Rest-RiDWARE
English | Size: 3.19 GB
Category: Tutorial

Microservice architectures offer a lot of advantages: making it easier to scale your application and team, use different technology, and ship features more quickly. However, they also create serious challenges, such as how to properly ensure that the systems you create are secure. [Read more…]

Docker Orchestration and Microservices Second Edition

Docker Orchestration and Microservices Second Edition
English | Size: 4.51 GB
Category: Tutorial

In this video training, Charles D. Crawford starts by introducing some of the motivations behind microservices and how to properly containerize web applications using Docker. He then does a quick overview of how Docker registries can help to store artifacts from your built images. Following this, he walks you through Docker’s latest tools: docker-compose, docker-machine, and docker-swarm. Specifically, Charlie covers how to use these tools to aid in both developing and deploying to a wide variety of system and container configurations. He then turns to Kubernetes, the popular container orchestration system created by Google. After watching this video, developers will have a strong understanding of modern containerized applications and microservices and will understand how these systems can benefit them.
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Lynda – Mastering Microservices with Java

Lynda – Mastering Microservices with Java
English | Size: 267.40 MB
Category: Tutorial

Microservices break monolithic applications into smaller, independent components that can be developed, tested, and deployed more quickly and efficiently. Get an overview of microservices development for Java production environments, in this course with Sourabh Sharma. Learn the principles of domain-driven design, and then discover how to write the code for a sample services, including services based on the entity and repository patterns. Next, learn how to design for security, and implement a registration and discovery service. The course closes with best practices for testing and troubleshooting Java microservices. [Read more…]

Packt Publishing – Getting Started with Microservices in PHP

Packt Publishing – Getting Started with Microservices in PHP
English | Size: 397.26 MB
Category:CBTs

This practical course, packed with step-by-step instructions, shows how to design and build your application using React Native. This course is divided into clear chunks so you can learn at your own pace.

Microservices (aka the microservice architecture) is an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of loosely coupled services. The microservice architecture enables the continuous delivery/deployment of large, complex applications and enables faster, better delivery of value to implement business capabilities, thus enabling an organization to evolve its technology stack. It enables organizations to scale their products and add or adapt services efficiently. Companies can deliver software faster and more efficiently in order to compete in the dynamic markets of today and tomorrow, while at the same time keeping their products fast, secure, and stable. Lately, microservices have gained far more attention due to their use as the architecture pattern of choice at companies such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and many more prominent technology companies and startups. [Read more…]

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