Microservices In The Microsoft Enterprise


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    Course Objective

    To give your development team an introductory, in-depth & hands-on look at Microservices in the Microsoft stack.

Course Details

Method: Hands-on lab/lecture and reference analysis.
Audience: Software Developers and Software Architects who have never worked with Microservices or Service Fabric.
Duration: One day of instruction.

Course Overview

This is an introductory workshop on Microservices in the Microsoft stack. In this course, your enterprise team will undergo structured hands-on Lab/Lecture sessions conducted online or in person with Keyhole Software Sr. Consultants.

The goal of this course is to give the development teams an in-depth, hands-on look at strategies for separating domains; automating build, test and release pipelines; monitor and fix problems in a distributed system; delivering business value from distributed data; and key concepts/technologies that facilitate a highly maintainable, scalable system of systems.

The concepts learned will serve as a technical reference moving forward, as well as a sandbox for trying new patterns, practices, and principals in a non-volatile way.

Course Topics Breakdown

Throughout

The sessions will be split up and elongated as necessary, depending on students’ comprehension of the material. This time will also be used as a forum to ask both low and high level technical, business, process questions of the Principal Architect Instructor

Part One
  • What is Microservice Architecture
  • How can it be applied to my current infrastructure
  • How it applies from a business perspective
  • How to set up your environment for Service Fabric development
  • The architecture and components of Service Fabric Service discovery mechanisms
  • How to make a self-documenting API Gateway Basic data types in Service Fabric
  • How to make services fault tolerant
  • How to implement failure as a service
Part Two
  • Micro-Data as a pattern
  • Basic CQRS Patterns
  • How to break down services into coherent domains
  • Build a Customer Service
  • Build an Invoice Service Data pipelining for highly decoupled systems of systems
  • Near real-time data aggregation
  • Build an Invoice Aggregation Service
  • Service Fabric partitions
  • Scaling Service Fabric

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