Designing Microservice Architectures - Berlin, 2019 May
Two days of training to master microservices.
Delivered by the expert instructors of RisingStack.
Peter Czibik, Tamas Kadlecsik & Tamas Hodi
About the Course: Redesigning a Monolithic App as Microservices
During the course of these two days, we will cover a high-level architectural overview of what is needed to design, develop and maintain an application built with microservices.
We will examine a microservices application developed adhering to current best practices, deploy it on Kubernetes and add the necessary infrastructural elements to make it resilient and self-healing.
This training is also available as an in-house, on-site opportunity.
In case you have any questions about the agenda or the on-site option, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is for you if
- you are considering microservices for your organization,
- you want to understand microservices better,
- you want to migrate to microservices.
Prior Node.js knowledge is nice to have as we will take tooling examples from its ecosystem.
Prior Kubernetes or any other container orchestration system knowledge is nice to have. You will understand the technological background a lot better, though we can have a quick Kubernetes crash course in the beginning if need be.
No prior experience with Microservices is required - we will cover everything you need to get started.
A laptop with an Unix based OS
The exact location of the venue in will be announced later.
0. OPTIONAL: Kubernetes crash course
- Kubernetes basics: Deployments & services
1. Microservices architecture in the company
- Monolith applications
- Organizational effect
- Where did the complexity go?
2. Moving to microservices
- When not to choose microservices?
- Evolutionary design
- API Gateway
3. Decentralized Data Management
- Granularity of a service
- Service communication
- Automation and microservices
- Service bootstrapping
- Service principles and best practices
4. Architectural patterns in distributed systems
- Data models
- Microservices anti-patterns
- Event driven microservices
5. Reliability in microservices
- Risk of the microservice architecture
- Graceful degradation
- Failover caching
- Change management
- Health-check and load balancing
- Retry logic
- Fail fast
- Circuit breakers
- Rate limiters and load shedders
- Testing for failures
6. Testing microservices
- Local development
- Testing in microservices
- Unit testing
- Contract testing
- Integration tests
- E2E testing
- UI Testing
7. Debugging and monitoring microservices
- Logging in a distributed system
- Monitoring Microservices
Why learn from RisingStack?
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We've spent the previous 3 years with writing books, long-form tutorials & delivering trainings. Our experts have written more than 150 articles on the topics of Node.js, Microservices & Front-End development. Our blog is one of the main resources Node developers turn to in trouble - this is why more than 150.000 engineers read our content each month.