Grokking Microservices Design Patterns

Master microservices design patterns for designing scalable, resilient, and more manageable systems.
Level:
Intermediate
Study Time:
60h
Lessons:
93
Playgrounds :
1
Course Overview

Delve into the world of microservices with this comprehensive online course, designed to equip software professionals with the tools they need to tackle modern software architecture. Through this course, learners will gain a deep understanding of the principles, patterns, and best practices that underpin microservice architectures.

This course sheds light on why microservices have become the go-to architecture for scalable and resilient applications, from startups to tech giants. It navigates through the essential design patterns like Sidecar, API Gateway, Circuit Breaker, and more, providing real-world examples and code snippets.

Whether you're a seasoned developer, a budding software architect, or an IT professional looking to stay ahead of the curve, this course offers valuable insights into how to design and manage complex systems with microservices. Immerse yourself in this fascinating journey and embrace the future of software architecture.

Join us in this course and gain the skills and knowledge you need to thrive in the ever-evolving world of technology. Your journey towards mastering microservice design patterns starts here.

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Course Content
14 Chapters • 93 Lessons
1.
Introduction
2 lessons
Who Should Take This Course?
The Course at a Glance
2.
Strangler Fig Pattern
6 lessons
Introduction
The Problem: Legacy Systems
The Strangler Pattern: A Solution
The Architecture of the Strangler Pattern
Strangler Pattern: A Detailed Example
Key Insights and Implications
Introduction to the API Gateway Pattern
Advantages of API Gateway Pattern
API Gateway Pattern: An Example
Performance Implications
System Design Example
Introduction to BFF
The Problem: Traditional Backend Models
The Architecture of the BFF Pattern
BFF Pattern: An Example
Performance Implications
System Design Examples
What is Service Discovery Pattern?
The Problem: Service Coordination in Distributed Systems
Service Discovery Pattern: A Solution
The Architecture of the Service Discovery Pattern
The Inner Workings of the Service Discovery Pattern
Service Discovery Pattern: An Example
Performance Implications and Special Considerations
System Design Examples
Introduction
The Problem: The Struggles of Distributed Systems and Service Failures
The Circuit Breaker Pattern: An Effective Shield Against Cascading Failures
Circuit Breaker Pattern: An Example
Performance Implications and Special Considerations
System Design Examples
Introduction
The Problem: Failure Propagation in Distributed Systems
The Bulkhead Pattern: A Solution
The Architecture
The Inner Workings
Bulkhead Pattern: A Example
Performance Implications and Special Considerations
System Design Examples
Conclusion
Introduction
The Problem: Unreliable External Resources in Distributed Systems
The Retry Pattern: A Solution
The Architecture of the Retry Pattern
The Inner Workings of the Retry Pattern
Retry Pattern: An Example
Performance Implications
Use Cases and System Design Examples
Conclusion
Introduction to the Sidecar Pattern
The Problem: Monolithic Application Management
A Solution to the Monolithic Mayhem
The Architecture of the Sidecar Pattern
Sidecar Pattern: Bringing Theory to Practice with an Example
Performance Implications
System Design Examples: Bringing the Sidecar Pattern to Life
Introduction to Saga Pattern
The Problem: Traditional Transaction Models
The Saga Pattern: A Solution
The Architecture of the Saga Pattern
The Inner Workings of the Saga Pattern
Saga Pattern: A Example
Performance Implications
System Design Examples
Conclusion
Introduction
The Problem: Managing Complex Interactions in Distributed Systems
Event-Driven Architecture: A Promising Solution
The Architecture of the Event-Driven Architecture Pattern
The Inner Workings of the Event-Driven Architecture Pattern
Event-Driven Architecture Pattern: An Example
Performance Implications and Special Considerations
Use Cases and System Design Examples
Conclusion
Introduction
The Problem: Traditional CRUD Operations
CQRS Pattern: A Solution
The Architecture of the CQRS Pattern
The Inner Workings of the CQRS Pattern
CQRS Pattern: An Example
Issues, Special Considerations, and Performance Implications
System Design Examples
Introduction
The Problem: Configuration Management in a Microservices Architecture
The Solution: Configuration Externalization Pattern
Unveiling the Architecture: How Does Configuration Externalization Work?
Delving into Code: An Example
Considerations and Implications
Use Cases and Real-world Examples
Conclusion
Embrace the Future of Software Architecture
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