Master Microservices with Spring Boot & Spring Cloud

what you learned

  • Create and design comfortable web services with SpringBoat.
  • Build microservices with Springboot and Spring Cloud.
  • Orchestrated microservices with KUBERNETES
  • Create containers for microservices with DOCKER
  • Exception handling, authentication, filtering for HATEOAS and RESTful web services.
  • Implement client-side load balancing (ribbon), dynamic scaling (server called Eureka), and an API gateway (ZOL).
  • You configure a central microservice configuration with Spring Cloud Configuration Server.
  • You will learn how to implement distributed tracing for microservices with Spring Cloud Sleuth and Zipkin.
  • You implement fault tolerance for microservices with Hystrix.
  • You will understand how to make Virgin your comfortable web service.
  • You understand how to monitor comfortable services with a springboat actuator.
  • You will learn how to document RESTful Web Services with Swagger.
  • You understand the best ways to design RESTful web services.
  • Exchange messages about configuration updates with Spring Cloud Bus
  • Facilitate communication with other microservices using the Feign REST client


Have fun educational attitude :)
You have Java and Spring experience and zero experience with Micro Services.
You have no experience with Docker.
You have no experience with Kubernetes.


Want to learn how to create a great REST API using Spring Boot? Want to know what all micro services are? Want to create micro services with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud? Do you want to make a container with Docker? Do you want to configure micro services with Kubernetes? Don't look ahead

January 2021 Update: New sections in DOCKER and KUBERNETES.

What do our students say:

5 Stars - Anyone who wants to learn Spring Cloud APIs and Spring Rest should sign up for the course without hesitation.

5 stars - I'd say this is a great spring boot and micro service tutorial for students who are just starting their work / project on these technologies.

5 stars - this was a great course! The teacher provided excellent examples that were straight forward and easy to understand ... If you want a strong introduction to jumps and spring frames, I would recommend his courses.

5 Stars - Easy web service for both beginners and beginners and beginners information very useful. Thanks for the tutorial.

5 Stars - This is a great course to introduce you to the world of micro services. The teacher first lists the problems and explains each topic that will be solved.

5 Stars - The best course, the teacher explains everything well and gives a good example that makes it easy to understand how to use this knowledge in a real project. All 28 minute courses are great, and I'm looking forward to the next best course.

5 Stars - A unique, very straightforward, modern and most effective teaching style of trainers. Very sweet!

5 stars - This is the most amazing course I have ever purchased on Udemy!

Course Overview:

Creating RESTful web services and REST APIs is fun. The combination of Java, Springboat, Spring Web MVC, Spring Web Services, and JPA make it even more interesting. Creating micro services is even more fun.

This course consists of two parts - RESTful web services and micro services

Architecture is moving to Micro Services. Comfortable web services are the first step towards developing the best micro services. Java and Springboat, along with Spring Web MVC (also known as Spring Rest), make it easy to create RESTful web services.

In the first part of the course you will learn the basics of RESTful web services for developing social media applications. You will learn how to apply these resources to many tasks - version control, exception handling, bridging, basic security (Spring protection), filtering and HATEOAS. You can learn best practices when designing RESTful web services.

In this part of the course, you will learn Spring (Dependency Management), Spring MVC (or Spring REST), Springboat, Spring Security (authentication and authorization), Spring Boat Examiner (monitoring), Swiger (authentication), me (dependency) Administration, Eclipse (IDE), Postman (REST Services Client), and Tomcat embedded web server. We'll help you adjust them all.

In the second part of the course you will learn the basics of micro services. Do you understand how to implement Micro Services with Spring Cloud?

In this part of the course you will learn how to interact with micro services, enable load balancing and move micro services up and down. You will also learn how to centralize the micro-services configuration using Spring Cloud Config Server. You can implement Eureka Naked Server and Distributed Tracking using Spring Cloud Sleep and Zipkins. You can create error-tolerant micro-services with Zipkin.

In the third part of the course you will learn the basics of boys. Do you understand how to design containers for Micro and Cloud Cloud compliant services?

In the fourth part of the course you will learn the basics of Kubernetes. Do you think you should integrate micro services with cybernetics?

What do you expect from each 28 minute session?

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