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  • ** Microservices Architecture Training: www.edureka.co/microservices-architecture-training **
    This Edureka's video on Microservices Design Patterns talks about the top design patterns you can use to build applications. In this video, you will learn the following:
    1:29 Why do we need Design Patterns?
    3:41 What are Design Patterns?
    4:28 What are Microservices?
    6:00 Principles behind Microservices
    10:24 Microservices Design Patterns
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    About Microservices Architecture Training
    Edureka’s Microservices Architecture training introduces you to the concept of Microservices that are small, lightweight, process-driven components. So, Microservices are the next important thing in designing scalable, easy-to-maintain applications. This not only makes application development easier but also offers great flexibility and lets you utilize various resources optimally. If you want to build an enterprise-ready implementation of the Microservices architecture, then this course is the first step for you!

    In this Microservices Architecture training, we will start by giving you a deep understanding of the core Microservices concepts and principle with insight in how they have evolved. We will walk you through the complete life cycle - from design to development to testing; including cross-layer concepts such as how to secure Microservices.
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    What are the Objectives of our Microservices Architecture Training?
    After completing, Edureka's Microservice training, you will be able to:
    1.Understand and differentiate between various Microservices Architectural styles
    2.Apply Microservices Architecture principles
    3.Know how to make the appropriate Microservice Architecture decision
    4.Develop and test a Microservice
    5.Know what technologies can be used to enable Microservices with an example
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    Why should you go for Microservices Architecture Training?
    Microservices Architecture, or simply Microservices, is a unique method of developing software systems as a suite of independently deployable, small, modular services in which each service runs a unique process and communicates through a well-defined, lightweight mechanism to serve a business goal. Thanks to its scalability, this architectural method is considered ideal when you have to enable support for a range of platforms and devices spanning across the web, mobile, Internet of Things, and so on. Because of its flexibility, you can also use this method when you’re not sure what kind of devices you’ll need to support in an increasingly Cloud-based future.
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    What are the Pre-Requisites for Microservices Architecture Training ?
    There are no prerequisites for attending this Microservice course. Understanding of programming languages such as Java, basic understanding and familiarity with Spring Boot framework and building Java applications would be useful to execute Case Study and Project.
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    Who should go for this Microservices Architecture Training?
    1.Application Architects
    2.Software Architects
    3.Application Developers
    4.A developer working on Web, Cloud, Mobile, and other social technologies
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Commentaires • 10

  • edureka!
    edureka!  Il y a 2 mois

    Got a question on the topic? Please share it in the comment section below and our experts will answer it for you. For Microservices Training Curriculum, Visit our Website: bit.ly/2PXfKa2

  • Melwin D'Almeida
    Melwin D'Almeida Il y a 6 jours +1

    This is really good content.

  • Orions Descendent
    Orions Descendent Il y a mois

    Very good video. Thanks. Interesting thing is I'm working on a code generator which will build the back end of the microservices.

    • edureka!
      edureka!  Il y a mois

      Thank you for appreciating our work. We are delighted to see learners like you on board with us. Don't forget to subscribe our channel bit.ly/edurekaFRclip

  • jbreija
    jbreija Il y a 2 mois +3

    Microservices in a nutshell: Decompose your application into individual components and wrap them with REST API’s for the purpose of reusability and dependency decoupling. The video just explains the various benefits from doing this.
    I’m puzzled how "microservices" buzzword is just now becoming a trend in recent years, it's rather obvious and seems it should’ve always been the architecture for building enterprise applications since the beginning.

  • Stefan Georgiev
    Stefan Georgiev Il y a 2 mois +1

    The best tutorial so far for design patterns for microservices. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!

  • Sri Prakhya
    Sri Prakhya Il y a 2 mois +2

    we cn add two more patterns for Microservices which are Orchestrator Pattern & Bulk Head Pattern

  • V for Vlogs
    V for Vlogs Il y a 2 mois

    Ur videos are supebbb