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Build reactive, enterprise-grade microservices in .NET Core that can be easily scaled and maintained
Microservice architecture and development are gaining momentum in enterprises. While microservices are more modular to develop and may look simpler, there are also a lot of complexities in creating these distributed systems. In this course you learn about the tools and techniques that are necessary to successfully develop, deploy, manage, and monitor microservice-based applications. We develop a basic distributed reactive microservice system using .NET Core and Apache Kafka to send messages across microservices. We learn about using patterns such as CQRS to manage complexities in distributed systems. You’ll also learn to containerize these services and use Kubernetes to manage the deployment, scaling, and updating of these services. By the end of the course, you’ll be confident in implementing Kubernetes tools and resources to effectively deploy and manage microservices.
This course takes a hands-on approach that guides your learning through comprehensive examples and clear and concise explanations.
What You Will Learn
- Use the concepts of reactive programming to build distributed systems running on multiple nodes
- Develop reactive microservices with .NET Core and Kafka and deploy them on Kubernetes clusters
- Use docker compose to run and test microservices on a Windows 10 development environment
- Deploy and manage microservices effectively using Kubernetes tools and resources
- Monitor microservice infrastructures easily using tools such as ElasticSearch, FluentD, and Kibana