About This Course
Microservices are a popular new approach to building maintainable, scalable, cloud-based applications. AWS is the perfect platform for hosting Microservices.
This course shows you how to build Microservices-based applications on AWS. It will help you overcome the limitations and challenges you experience in traditional monolith deployments. It will provide you with technological freedom and help you choose the best tool for each job.
By the end of the course, you'll have learned to apply AWS tools to create and deploy Microservices-based applications. You'll be able to make your applications cost-effective, easier to scale, and faster to develop.
All the code and supporting files for this course are available on Github at
- Certificate will provided in this course on Completion
- Full lifetime access
- Available on Mobile & Laptop
What Students Will Learn In Your Course?
• Implement auto-scaling groups to compute the capacity to scale up and handle dynamic job loads.
• Speed up both development and deployment processes using Microservices on AWS.
• Improve the resiliency of your application as failing components can be easily and automatically replaced.
• Improve the reusability, composability, and maintainability of code.
• Manage Blue Green deployments to reduce downtime and risk
• Use existing deployment tools in AWS to manage Continuous Integration and Deployment.
• Scale up without significant changes to tooling, architecture, or development practices
• Reduce the risk and cost of operating a cloud platform
• Build a service that is responsible operating and maintaining it in production
Are There Any Course Requirements Or Prerequisites?
Experience as a developer.
Who Are Your Target Students?
This course benefits developers, software architects, and software engineers. Developers familiar with traditional application development but interested in using Microservices in a DevOps environment will also benefit. Microservices are appropriate to large-scale enterprise environments so this course should appeal to people interested in developing for those environments.
- 23 lectures