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Microservices Development in Windows Training

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Course duration

  • 2 days

Course Benefits

  • Confidently use the stack outlined in the course.
  • Understand the various key components.
  • Apply the knowledge to migrate applications to microservice architected solutions with containerization for Microsoft development and deployment environments.

Course Outline

  1. Microservice development
    1. The Microservices Architecture Design Principles
    2. Decentralized Processing
    3. Business Domain-Centric Design
    4. Crossing Process Boundary is Expensive!
    5. Designing for Failure
    6. Fault Injection During System Testing
    7. Distributed Transactions
    8. Managing Distributed Services with Docker & Kubernetes (OpenShift)
    9. Microservices and their relationship to the front-end
    10. Rich Client Applications
    11. Single Page Applications (SPA)
    12. The Building Blocks of a Fault-tolerant Application
    13. Example of Microservices in Their Purest Form: AWS Lambdas
    14. Example of Traditional Enterprise Application Architecture
    15. Example of Microservices Architecture
    16. Summary
  2. REST services
    1. Many Flavors of Services
    2. Understanding REST
    3. Principles of RESTful Services
    4. Create
    5. Retrieve
    6. Update
    7. Delete
    8. Client Generated ID
    9. SOAP Equivalent Examples
    10. JSON
    11. REST vs SOAP Communication
    12. Restful API Design
    13. Versioning
    14. Documentation
    15. Security
    16. Additional Resources
    17. Summary
  3. Getting started with asp.net core
    1. Getting Started with ASP.NET Core
    2. Configuration and Middleware Pipeline
    3. Controllers and Views
    4. RESTful Services with Web API
    5. Data Access with Entity Framework Core
    6. Summary
  4. Serverless architecture with Azure
    1. What is a Serverless Architecture?
    2. Azure Functions
    3. WebJobs SDK
    4. WebJobs Core
    5. WebJobs Extensions
    6. Azure App Service
    7. Azure Resource Manager
    8. Understanding Azure Functions usage
    9. Azure Container Service
    10. Azure Service Fabric
    11. Microsoft Application Insights
    12. Microsoft Operations Management Suite
    13. Summary
  5. Azure container service w/ Kubernetes
    1. What is Kubernetes?
    2. What Is a Container?
    3. Microservices and Orchestration
    4. Microservices and Infrastructure-as-Code
    5. Kubernetes Container Networking
    6. Summary
  6. Kubernetes: from the firehose
    1. Masters
    2. Nodes
    3. Pods
    4. Namespaces
    5. Resource Quota
    6. Authentication and Authorization
    7. Routing
    8. Registry
    9. Storage Volumes
    10. Microservices, Linking, and Catalogs
    11. Summary
  7. Docker: Bring on the Whale
    1. What is Docker
    2. Docker ecosystem
    3. Docker concepts
    4. Docker Architecture
    5. Microservice encapsulation
    6. Secure microservices using Docker
    7. Agility, Portability, and Control
    8. .NET Core or .NET Framework for Docker
    9. Summary
  8. Microsoft Docker Tooling
    1. Using Visual Studio Tools for Docker
    2. Configuring your local environment
    3. Using Docker Tools in Visual Studio 2015
    4. Using Docker Tools in Visual Studio 2017
    5. Using Windows PowerShell commands in a DockerFile to set up Windows Containers
    6. DevOps workflow for a Docker application
    7. Inner-loop development workflow
    8. Source-Code Control integration and management with Visual Studio Team Services and Git
    9. Build, Continuous Integration, and Test with Visual Studio Team Services and Docker
    10. Continuous Delivery, Deploy
    11. Run and manage
    12. Monitor and diagnose
    13. Summary
  9. Operational Readiness
    1. Monitoring, Logging, and Resource Management
    2. Monitoring Compute Resources
    3. Checking Pod Health
    4. Logging
    5. Secrets & Vaulting
    6. Summary
  10. Application Modernization
    1. What is Application Modernization?
    2. Typical App Modernization Projects
    3. Why Modernize?
    4. Goals for Modernization
    5. Twelve-factor Application Microservices
    6. Maintaining State
    7. Cloud Service Fabric
    8. Summary
  11. Security in microservices
    1. Role-based
    2. Claim-based
    3. Session Cookie
    4. HTTP Basic
    5. JWT
    6. Summary

Class Materials

Each student will receive 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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