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USD $655 $327.50 eLearning Kit only

Do you understand Microservices enough to design and deliver them with confidence? Do you understand the concept behind the approach? This course is vendor neutral and the learnings apply to the overall intent, approach and principles so you can use any technology to deliver and manage Microservices.

Microservices require a dedicated design approach and design patterns. In this course you’ll learn what MIcroservices are and what the proper approach is to design, build and operate them. You can also take the on-line exam to get a Digital Badge to show your expertise in this field.

Get a sample of the contents of this course with this short video lesson that provides a non-technical introduction to Services, Microservices and APIs. This second video lesson is an introduction to Common Service Technologies. Both of these topics are part of Module 1 of the course. The full course outline is provided in the Details tab, you can also download a pdf version here.


Course contents: 5 Modules

  • Module 1: Fundamental SOA, Services & Microservices
  • Module 2: Service Technology Concepts
  • Module 9: Fundamental Microservice Architecure & Containerization
  • Module 10: Advanced Microservice Architecure & Containerization
  • Module 11: Microservice Architecure & Containerization Lab

 


Intended for
Solution Architects, Enterprise Architects, Integration Architects, IT Professionals, anyone that wants to get a real understanding of SOA, Service Orientation and Microservices.


Pre-requisites
An understanding of IT concepts including messaging and integration is required.


Learning Outcomes
A comprehensive understanding of Microservices architecture and design models as well as containerization. Some of the topics covered include:

  • Business and Technology Drivers for SOA, Services, and Microservices
  • Fundamental Characteristics of a Service-Oriented Architecture
  • Understanding Service-Orientation as a Design Paradigm,
  • Service Inventories, Service Layers and Service API Governance and Management
  • Introduction to Common Service Technologies, including API Gateways, Virtualization, Containerization
  • Introduction to Cloud Computing and Cloud Services
  • Message Exchange Patterns and Service Activities
  • Basic XML, XML Schema, JSON and JSON Schema Concepts
  • HTTP Methods, Response Codes, and Headers
  • REST Services, Contracts, Resources, and Messaging
  • Hypermedia and Late Binding
  • Basic WSDL and SOAP Concepts
  • Cloud Computing Concepts
  • Microservice Design Basics (autonomy, cohesion, resilience, observability, etc.)
  • Microservice Enablement Technologies, including Containerization
  • Microservice Deployment, Provisioning, and Registration
  • Microservice Isolation Levels
  • Server-less Microservice Deployment
  • Chained Microservice Architecture
  • Microservice Self-Registration
  • Microservice Compositions and Compositor Services
  • Autonomous Proxy Services
  • Event-Driven Messaging for Microservices
  • Atomic Event Processing and Appended Events
  • Container Chains
  • Serverless Microservice Deployments
  • Dynamic Scalability Models
  • Micro Scatter-Gather Compositions
  • Microservice Ambassadors

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The course is available as eLearning kits for self-study or as a Virtual Workshop with or without exam vouchers. You'll need to purchase the exam vouchers if you are planning to attain the relevant certification. If choosing a workshop, please also choose the relevant dates and timezones.

 

Exams & Certification

  • The exams required for certification can be taken at any Pearson VUE testing center in the world or online via Pearson VUE Online Proctoring.
  • Please ensure you purchase the correct exam voucher as they are not exchangable.

 


 Note: All quoted pricing is excluding GST. For customers in Australia GST will be added during the check-out process.

Contents

Module 1 Fundamental SOA, Services & Microservices
An easy to understand, end-to-end overview of contemporary service concepts and technologies pertaining to modern-day microservices and service-oriented computing, as well as business and technology-related topics pertaining to service-oriented architecture (SOA).

The following primary topics are covered:

  • Business and Technology Drivers for SOA, Services, and Microservices
  • Strategic Goals and Benefits of Service-Oriented Computing
  • Plain English Introduction to Services and Microservices
  • Fundamental Characteristics of a Service-Oriented Architecture
  • Understanding Service-Orientation as a Design Paradigm, including coverage of the Four Pillars ofService-Orientation
  • Introduction to Service Layers, Service Models, and Service Compositions
  • Service Inventories, Service Layers and Service API Governance and Management
  • Introduction to Common Service Technologies, including API Gateways, Virtualization, Containerization
  • Introduction to Cloud Computing and Cloud Services
  • Adoption Impacts and Requirements, including considerations for Governance, Infrastructure, Performance, and Standardization

 

Module 2 Service Technology Concepts
A focus on modern service technologies, models, and concepts that have established de facto implementation mediums for building contemporary services-based solutions. Also covered are fundamental terms, concepts, and models pertaining to cloud computing and cloud-based services.

The following primary topics are covered:

  • Comparing Service Implementation Mediums
  • Service Roles and Service Agents
  • Message Exchange Patterns and Service Activities
  • Basic XML, XML Schema, JSON and JSON Schema Concepts
  • HTTP Methods, Response Codes, and Headers
  • Basic REST Service Concepts, including Properties and Constraints
  • REST Services, Contracts, Resources, and Messaging
  • Hypermedia and Late Binding
  • Basic WSDL and SOAP Concepts
  • WS-* Technologies
  • Web Service Contracts, Messaging, and Registries
  • Cloud Computing Concepts
  • Vertical and Horizontal Scaling
  • Multitenancy, Elasticity, and Resiliency
  • On-Demand Usage, Ubiquitous Access, and Measured Usage
  • Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds
  • IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS

 

Module 9 Fundamental Microservice Architecture & Containerization
Establishes foundational microservice architecture and design models and further introduces containerization concepts and container characteristics. Topics covered include microservice deployment, provisioning, registration and isolation levels, as well as logical containers, PODs and composition architecture.

The following primary topics are covered:

  • Introduction to Microservice Architecture
  • Microservice Design Basics (autonomy, cohesion, resilience, observability, etc.)
  • Microservice Enablement Technologies, including Containerization
  • Introduction to Containerization & Container Models
  • PODs and Logical Containers
  • Automated Microservice Deployment
  • Microservice Deployment, Provisioning, and Registration
  • Microservice Isolation Levels
  • Server-less Microservice Deployment
  • Microservice Composition Architecture
  • Microservice Proxies
  • Chained Microservice Architecture
  • Microservice Self-Registration

 

Module 10 Advanced Microservice Architecture & Containerization
Provides a patterns-centric, in-depth exploration of the practices, models and technology architectures behind microservices and containerization. Topics include microservice scaling, data management and autonomous ownership and versioning, as well as event sourcing, CQRS, composite isolated containers and container hosting models.

The following primary topics are covered:

  • Autonomous Ownership & Versioning
  • Testing & Monitoring Microservices
  • Common Microservice Security Considerations
  • Microservice Scaling (mechanisms, databases, caching, automation)
  • Microservices & CAP Theorem
  • Microservice Data Management & Data Sharing
  • Publish & Subscribe with Microservices
  • Event Sourcing & CQRS
  • High Performance Distributed Architectures
  • Single Container & Rich Containers
  • Composite Isolated Containers (Single Node Multi Containers)
  • Container Isolation Architecture
  • Container Hosting (Co-Hosting, Target Hosting, Guaranteed Isolated Container Hosting)
  • Functional Container Service Extensions (Sidecar, Ambassador, Adapter, Container Chain)
  • Specialized Distributed Microservice Architecture Models (Leader-Election, Scatter-Gather)

 

Module 11 Microservice Architecture & Containerization Lab
A lab during which participants apply the concepts, processes, techniques, patterns, and principles previously covered in order to a complete a set of architectural and design exercises pertaining to microservices and the use of containerization.

As a continuation of course modules 9 and 10, this hands-on workshop allows attendees to apply the concepts, processes, techniques, patterns, and principles previously covered in order to a complete a set of architectural and design exercises. Participants are required to analyze case study backgrounds and carry out a series of exercises to solve a number of inter-related problems, with the goal of producing architectural solutions or fulfilling specific solution requirements. 


 

Note: All quoted pricing is excluding GST. For customers in Australia GST will be added during the check-out process.



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