40507: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Microservices Architecture Course Overview

40507: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Microservices Architecture Course Overview

The 40507: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Microservices Architecture course is a deep-dive training designed for learners to gain hands-on experience in implementing a microservices architecture using Microsoft Azure. The course is split into two modules; the first module, Whiteboard Design Session, encourages learners to engage in a collaborative environment where they review a customer case study, design a proof of concept solution, and present their findings. The second module, Hands-on Lab, allows learners to apply their knowledge practically by setting up the environment, implementing the Service Fabric solution, and managing various aspects of the architecture, such as API management, application publishing, upgrading, and securing the web application.

Participants will gain expertise in how to architect and deploy microservices applications, which will enhance their ability to create scalable and reliable cloud services. With a focus on real-world applications, this workshop equips learners with the skills needed to design and maintain modern software solutions in the cloud.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants are well-prepared and can gain the most from the 40507: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Microservices Architecture course, the following minimum prerequisites are recommended:


  • Basic understanding of cloud computing concepts, particularly within the context of Microsoft Azure.
  • Familiarity with the core services offered by Azure, such as Azure Compute, Storage, and Networking.
  • A foundational knowledge of web development principles and common web technologies.
  • Some experience with developing applications using programming languages such as C#, Java, Python, or similar.
  • An understanding of basic software development lifecycle concepts, including version control, CI/CD, and testing.
  • Awareness of containerization technologies like Docker and orchestration systems such as Kubernetes is advantageous, though not mandatory.
  • An appreciation for the principles of microservices architecture, including the benefits and challenges associated with it.

These prerequisites are designed to ensure participants can effectively engage with the course content and activities. No prior expertise in microservices or advanced Azure services is required. The course will provide the necessary guidance to understand and implement a microservices architecture using Microsoft Azure.


Target Audience for 40507: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Microservices Architecture

  1. The 40507: Microsoft Cloud Workshop on Microservices Architecture is designed for IT professionals seeking to leverage microservices for cloud solutions.


  2. Target Audience:


  • Solution Architects
  • Cloud Developers
  • DevOps Engineers
  • Technical Team Leads
  • Software Engineers with a focus on cloud computing
  • Infrastructure Architects
  • IT Professionals interested in microservices and containerization
  • System Administrators transitioning to cloud-based architectures
  • Application Developers designing scalable, high-availability applications
  • Technical Project Managers overseeing cloud migration projects


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this 40507: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Microservices Architecture?

Introduction to Course Learning Outcomes and Concepts Covered:

In the 40507: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Microservices Architecture course, participants will learn to design, implement, and manage a microservices architecture using Azure Service Fabric and other Azure services for scalability, reliability, and agility.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the principles and benefits of microservices architecture within the context of a customer case study.
  • Design a scalable, reliable proof of concept solution for microservices in Azure.
  • Gain experience in presenting a microservices architecture solution effectively.
  • Set up the development environment for building Service Fabric applications.
  • Implement a Service Fabric microservices solution and understand the developer's role in the process.
  • Learn how to manage ticket orders using microservices, simulating real-world e-commerce scenarios.
  • Publish and manage a Service Fabric Application to Azure, gaining practical deployment experience.
  • Integrate API Management to effectively manage and monitor microservices APIs.
  • Configure and publish a secure web application that interacts with microservices.
  • Understand the processes for upgrading services and handling rollback scenarios to ensure service continuity.
  • Perform load testing and partition management to evaluate the performance and scalability of the microservices solution.
  • Implement security best practices to secure the microservices web application against potential threats.