Course Description

Building a Microservice Architecture with ASP.NET Core - Gill Cleeren - NDC London 2022 In recent years, the popularity of microservice architecture has grown rapidly due to its ability to deliver scalable, flexible, and maintainable software applications. Building such an architecture with ASP.NET Core can help you create a robust and reliable system that can be easily maintained and scaled. This course, led by Gill Cleeren, an experienced developer and Microsoft MVP, will take you through the entire process of building a microservice architecture using ASP.NET Core. Over the course of several sessions, you will learn the basics of microservice architecture and how to design and implement your own using ASP.NET Core. The course begins with an overview of microservice architecture and its benefits. You will learn about the key principles of microservice architecture and the tools and technologies used to build it. You will then dive into ASP.NET Core and learn how to use it to build microservices. Throughout the course, you will learn how to design and implement microservices that are scalable, maintainable, and secure. You will also learn how to deploy and manage your microservices using Docker containers and Kubernetes. The course will cover topics such as service discovery, load balancing, fault tolerance, and security. You will learn how to implement these features using ASP.NET Core and other open-source technologies. By the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding of microservice architecture and how to build it using ASP.NET Core. You will also have a working knowledge of the key technologies used in microservice architecture and how to use them to build a scalable and reliable system. Whether you are new to microservice architecture or have some experience with it, this course is designed to help you build a solid foundation in the field. With the knowledge and skills gained in this course, you will be able to design and implement microservices that meet the needs of your organization and its users. Author: Gill Cleeren