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Developing Cloud Native Applications with Microservices Architectures on Cloud Foundry platform

This course provides a solid understanding of the Microservices architecture style and combines it with a practical experience gained by working through the exercises featuring Spring Boot and Spring Cloud on a Cloud Foundry platform.
Along the way, this course will provide a brief introduction to Spring Boot and Spring Cloud (enough to get you familiar with these technologies if you have not been immersed in them already) as well as hands-on exercises.

Why enroll

By the end of the course, the participants will:

  • Gain a deep understanding of cloud-native applications development approach and microservice architecture;
  • Learn main aspects of Cloud Foundry and it’s components;
  • Get hands-on experience with approaches on how to handle and manage data, configuration, session, etc. in cloud-native applications;
  • Solve tasks in such areas as designing a scalable and resilient architecture, service discovery, centralized cloud configuration, fully automated delivery pipelines, as well as monitoring and troubleshooting in distributed systems.

Who should attend

Software engineers:

  • Seeking to understand the advantages and pitfalls of microservices architecture
  • Willing to study the microservices toolset for Java in a short period of time and get hands-on experience with one of the cloud platforms
  • Looking to become more efficient and speed up the development workflow

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DAY 1
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Introduction
  • Agenda for the training
    Theory
Setting up an environment
  • Verify the environment configuration and install tools required for completion of this course
    Theory
  • Installation and configuration:
    Practice
    • Java
    • Maven
    • Git client
    • CF CLI
    • Eclipse IDE
An overview of Cloud Foundry and its components
  • Cloud Foundry overall overview
    Theory
  • Cloud Foundry components overview
    Theory
  • Cloud Foundry basic terminology
    Theory
CF CLI basic commands
  • Describe and explain main CF CLI commands
    Theory
  • Run main Cloud Foundry commands
    Practice
  • Implement and deploy a Static Web Application
    Practice
Cloud-native
  • Cloud-native approach overview
    Theory
The Twelve-Factor App methodology
  • Describe and explain each of the twelve factors
    Theory
Microservice architecture
  • Main principles
    Theory
  • Main patterns
    Theory
  • Advantages and disadvantages
    Theory
Migration from monolith to microservice
  • Technical aspects
    Theory
  • Organisational aspects
    Theory
Inter-microservice communication
  • An overview of Synchronous and Asynchronous communication
    Theory
  • Pros and cons
    Theory
An overview of Spring Boot and it’s main features
  • Describe the main features of Spring Boot
    Theory
  • Create a simple application with REST API and deploy it to Cloud Foundry
    Practice
CF manifest
  • An overview of configuration parameters
    Theory
  • Application deployment to Cloud Foundry
    Practice
  • Horizontal scaling
    Practice
  • Environment variables handling
    Practice
Cloud Foundry services overview
  • Get understanding of the services conception in Cloud Foundry
    Theory
  • Main services overview
    Theory
Data management (PostgreSQL)
  • Set up PostgreSQL service in Cloud Foundry
    Practice
  • Configure PostgreSQL
    Practice
  • Bind a Cloud Foundry database instance to the application
    Practice
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DAY 2
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Application session management (Redis)
  • Description and understanding of a session
    Theory
  • Set up Redis service in Cloud Foundry
    Practice
  • Create applications which show session management processing
    Practice
Fault tolerance (Circuit Breaker pattern)
  • Circuit Breaker pattern overview
    Theory
  • Hystrix overview and main features
    Theory
  • Create applications which show how to protect distributed apps from cascading failures by using circuit breakers
    Practice
Asynchronous communication based on a message queue (RabbitMQ)
  • Event-driven architecture overview
    Theory
  • Main principles of a message queue component
    Theory
  • RabbitMQ overview
    Theory
  • Set up RabbitMQ service in Cloud Foundry
    Practice
  • Create applications which represent async communication
    Practice
Configuration management (Spring Config Server)
  • Spring Cloud Config overview
    Theory
  • Set up Spring Cloud Config
    Practice
  • Create Git repositories with configuration
    Practice
  • Create applications which show management of the external properties of the application distributed across multiple environments
    Practice
Distributed tracing
  • Distributed tracing overview and understanding
    Theory
  • OpenTracing component overview
    Theory
  • Set up and configure OpenTracing
    Practice
  • Create application which shows distributed tracing aspect
    Practice
CI/CD pipeline
  • Overview of the various deployment strategies
    Theory
  • CI overview and explanation
    Theory
  • CD overview and explanation
    Theory
  • Concourse tool overview
    Theory
  • Set up Concourse in Cloud Foundry
    Practice
  • Create CI/CD pipeline
    Practice
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Prerequisites
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Altoros recommends that all students have:

  • At least basic experience with Java and Spring Framework
  • A basic understanding of cloud computing concepts
  • Basic experience with Git

A workstation with the following capabilities:

  • A web browser (Chrome/Firefox)
  • The Internet connection
  • The operating systems supported in the class are: Linux, Mac, or Windows
  • Administrative rights to install software (at least that listed below) and the ability to download ZIP files (containing a starter source code)

The following developer utilities should be installed before the training (all these tools/languages can be also installed at the “Setting up an environment” phase of the training):

  • Java 8 or higher
  • Maven 3
  • a Git client (command line at a minimum)
  • the CF CLI
  • IDE (Eclipse, Intellij IDEA)
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