Course Outline

Quick overview of traditional approaches

  1. Monolithic systems
  2. System of Systems
  3. Early service orientation (EAI, CORBA, etc...)
  4. Early webservices (SOAP, etc...)
  5. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  6. Microservices

Design concepts and tradesoff

  1. Flexibility and Complexity tradeoff
  2. Cohesion, Coupling
  3. Hidden dependencies vs explicit dependencies
  4. Small system vs Big System
  5. Module/Component vs Service

Generic SOA

  1. Benefit and Costs of SOA
  2. Successes and failures in implementing SOA
  3. Messaging and ESB
  4. Infrastructure and tools supporting SOA

Microservices and implementation of SOA - concepts

  1. Do one thing and do it well
  2. Microservice vs Service
  3. DevOps
  4. Continuous Deployment and Delivery
  5. Lightweight protocols

Microservice protocols and tools

  1. HTTP, JMS, AMQP, Websockets, JSON, etc...
  2. Deployment
    1. Containers (Docker, K8N, LXC, etc...)
    2. Configuration Management (Ansible, etc...)
  3. Monitoring and Management
  4. Infrastructure

Cloud and Auto Scalability

  1. Microservice redundancy and fail-over
  2. Performance scalability
  3. Auto scalability
  4. Implement: OpenStack, AWS, etc....

Real problems

  1. Complexity of ecosystem
  2. Network Performance
  3. Security
  4. Deployment
  5. Testing
  6. Nano-services

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of software and system engineering required.
  • Good understanding of system development and integration recommended.
  • Some exposure to problems encountered during building complex enterprise solutions recommended.
 14 Hours

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