Advanced Microservices Course Overview

Advanced Microservices Course Overview

The Advanced Microservices course is designed to provide comprehensive training and certification for individuals looking to deepen their expertise in creating scalable and maintainable microservice architectures. It covers a wide array of advanced topics, beginning with Module 1, which includes lessons on workflow automation using Camunda, object-oriented principles like Inheritance, managing Transactions, querying with JPQL, implementing Sorting and Searching algorithms, enhancements in Spring Framework, caching with Spring Ehcache, utilizing Spring Cloud for building cloud-native applications, understanding various Communication Styles, facilitating intercommunication between microservices, and integrating message brokers like RabbitMQ or Kafka.

Module 2 delves into orchestration with Kubernetes, managing APIs with API Manager, securing applications with Spring Security, using WSO2 for enterprise integration, advanced configurations in Spring Boot, leveraging new features in Java 11, utilizing Model Mappers for object mapping, and handling JSON data effectively.

This microservices training offers valuable knowledge for developers and architects, equipping them with the skills necessary to design, deploy, and manage microservices efficiently. Upon completion, participants can expect to receive a certification, affirming their proficiency in the field of microservices training.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the Advanced Microservices course, participants should meet the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of microservices architecture and its advantages over monolithic design patterns.
  • Familiarity with Spring Framework and Spring Boot, including experience with building simple applications.
  • Knowledge of Java programming language, at least up to Java 8, as the course will cover Java 11 features.
  • Experience with relational databases and SQL, as the course includes JPQL (Java Persistence Query Language).
  • Understanding of RESTful web services and API concepts.
  • Basic knowledge of messaging systems and asynchronous communication, which will be beneficial for understanding RabbitMQ or Kafka.
  • Familiarity with version control systems, such as Git, for source code management.
  • Awareness of containerization concepts, as Kubernetes will be a part of the course content.

While prior experience with tools and technologies such as Camunda, Ehcache, Spring Cloud, or WSO2 is beneficial, it is not a strict requirement as these will be covered during the training. The course is designed to build upon your existing knowledge and introduce you to more advanced concepts in microservices development and deployment.


Target Audience for Advanced Microservices

  1. The Advanced Microservices course offers in-depth training in scalable system design and integration using Spring, Kubernetes, and messaging systems.


  2. Targeted Job Roles/Audience:


  • Software Developers with a focus on Java and Spring Framework
  • System Architects seeking to design microservice-based architectures
  • DevOps Engineers aiming to manage containerized applications with Kubernetes
  • Application Developers interested in building scalable cloud-native applications
  • IT Professionals specializing in systems integration using messaging systems like RabbitMQ or Kafka
  • Technical Leads overseeing advanced application development and deployment strategies
  • Cloud Engineers working on API management and security with tools like WSO2
  • Software Engineers upgrading their skills to Java 11 and beyond
  • Enterprise Architects designing and implementing transactional systems with microservices
  • Full Stack Developers looking to enhance their backend skills with microservice patterns
  • Quality Assurance Engineers focusing on testing distributed systems
  • Technical Project Managers coordinating advanced software development projects


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Advanced Microservices?

Introduction to the Advanced Microservices Course Learning Outcomes:

Gain expertise in microservices architecture with hands-on experience in Camunda workflows, enhanced Spring features, inter-service communication, and containerization with Kubernetes for scalable, efficient applications.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand and implement workflows using Camunda, and manage complex business processes within microservices.
  • Apply inheritance and JPQL to create efficient data models and queries in a microservice context.
  • Manage transactions to ensure data integrity and consistency across services.
  • Utilize Spring Data for sorting and searching operations, enhancing microservice performance.
  • Enhance Spring applications with advanced features including caching with Spring Ehcache for improved response times.
  • Configure and deploy microservices using Spring Cloud for service discovery, configuration, and resilience.
  • Design and implement effective communication styles between microservices, including synchronous and asynchronous methods.
  • Set up message brokers like RabbitMQ or Kafka to enable reliable intercommunication between microservices.
  • Orchestrate microservices containers using Kubernetes to achieve high availability and scalability.
  • Secure microservices with Spring Security and manage APIs with API managers like WSO2, ensuring safe and controlled service interactions.