Welcome to “Creating .Net Core Microservices using Clean Architecture” – the ultimate course for developers who want to learn how to build scalable, efficient, and robust Microservices using the .Net Core platform along with Docker, Kubernetes, Identity Server 4, Rabbit MQ, Angular 15, GRPC, Istio Service Mesh, SQL Server, MongoDB, PostGreSQL, Dapper, Redis, Ocelot, Nginx, Azure, Helm Charts, and Auto Scale.
In this comprehensive course, you’ll gain hands-on experience with Docker and Kubernetes to deploy and manage your Microservices. You’ll learn how to integrate Identity Server 4 for secure authentication and authorization, Rabbit MQ for messaging, and GRPC for efficient communication between Microservices.
You’ll also learn how to use Istio Service Mesh to manage Microservices traffic, and how to configure and optimize SQL Server, MongoDB, PostGreSQL, and Redis for your Microservices. You’ll use Ocelot and Nginx to manage your Microservices API gateway and deploy your Microservices to Azure using Helm Charts.
By the end of this course, you’ll have a solid understanding of how to design, develop, and deploy Microservices using the latest industry-standard tools and practices, including auto-scaling.
Who Should Take This Course?
Freshers who want to learn how to build scalable and efficient systems using Microservices architecture.Junior Developers who are looking to level up their skills and gain experience building real-world Microservices applications.Mid-Level Developers who want to learn how to build and deploy Microservices using the latest industry-standard tools and practices.Senior Developers who are looking to stay ahead of the curve and keep their skills up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies.Software Architects who want to learn how to design and develop scalable, distributed, and fault-tolerant systems using Microservices.Technical Leads who want to gain a deeper understanding of Microservices architecture and lead their teams in building scalable and efficient systems.
Enroll now and take the next step in your Microservices journey.
This course is part of Microservices series where in you will learn all minute details related to Microservices. During this learning path, you will learn how to connect the dots using different technologies and tooling. This course “Creating .Net Core Microservices using Clean Architecture” is the first part of the series.
Other parts include
2. Securing Microservices using Identity Server 4
3. Implementing Cross Cutting Concerns
4. Versioning Microservices
5. Building Angular Application for MicroServices
6. Deploying Microservices to Kubernetes and AKS
IDE Required:- You can either use Visual Studio or JetBrains Rider, or VS Code itself.
In this course you will be learning and implementing following things.
IntroductionCourse OverviewArchitecture OverviewProject OverviewBranching StrategyLayered Vs Domain CentricHexagonal ArchitectureOnion ArchitectureClean ArchitectureCQRS PatternSolution OverviewDemoDeveloping Catalog Microservice using Clean ArchitectureIntroductionCreating Empty SolutionAdding Required Project ReferencesStartup and Program file creationLaunch property changesEntity creationRepositories creationSeed data setupCatalog context implementationSeed data property changesProduct repository implementation – part 1Product repository implementation – part 2Get All Brands HandlerImplementing Lazy MapperGet All Products HandlerGet All Types HandlerGet Product By Id and Name HandlerGet Product By Brand HandlerCreate Product HandlerDelete Product HandlerBase Controller SetupStartup RegistrationStartup Registration – 2nd PartGet Product By Id Controller MethodRemaining Controller ImplementationsDocker File UpdateRunning Docker File from IDEDocker Project CreationCatalog FlowDebugging Catalog ApplicationCatalog Specifications SetupSearch Filter ImplementationSorting Functionality ImplementationSorting Functionality Implementation – 2nd PartTesting Searching and SortingFixed Catalog QueryFixed Project Reference
Developing Basket Microservice using Clean ArchitectureIntroductionBasket MicroService Project CreationCreating Basket EntitiesBasket Repository ImplementationShopping Cart Response CreationGet Basket By UserName HandlerCreate Shopping Command HandlerDelete Basket By UserNameAdding Nuget Packages in Basket API ProjectStartup File CreationProgram File and App Setting ChangesBasket Controller CreationDocker File and Docker Compose ChangesTesting Basket inside Docker ContainerContainer Management using PortainerDeveloping Discount Microservice Using Clean ArchitectureIntroductionDiscount Project CreationAdding Project ReferencesEntities CreationRepository ImplementationAdding Db ExtensionDiscount Proto File CreationGet Discount Query and HandlerCreate Coupon Command HandlerUpdate Discount Command and HandlerDelete Discount Command and HandlerStartup File CreationDiscount Service CreationAppsettings and Program File ChangesDocker File ChangesContainer Issue Fix and Data VisualisationConsuming Discount Microservice from Basket MicroserviceIntroductionConsuming Discount MicroserviceCalling Discount Microservice from BasketRemoving the Redundant ReferencesDocker Volume IssueDebugging Basket and Discount ServiceRunning Discount and Basket Microservice from ContainerDeveloping Ordering Microservice using Clean ArchitectureIntroductionOrdering Project CreationImplementing Ordering CoreAdding Nuget Packages in InfrastructureOrder Context CreationCreating OrderContextFactory and Seed DataAsync Repository ImplementationOrder Repository ImplementationAdding ExtensionsCreating Application Project FoldersGet Order List Query and HandlerCheckout Order Command HandlerUpdate Order HandlerDelete Order Command handlerAdding Fluent ValidationValidation ExceptionUpdate Order Command ValidatorUnhandled Exception BehaviourAdding Service RegistrationsAdding Nuget Packages in Ordering APIStartup CreationCreating Db ExtensionProgram File CreationController Creation Part 1Controller Creation Part 2Docker file changesRunning Containers LocallyFixing Container IssueTesting All Methods on swaggerAsync Communication between Rabbit MQ, Basket and Ordering MicroserviceIntroductionCreating Event Bus ProjectAdding Mass Transit Nuget PackagesStartup Changes for Mass TransitPublishing Basket Checkout Event – 1st PartPublishing Basket Checkout Event – 2nd PartTesting Basket Checkout EventEvent Bus Docker IssueTesting Checkout Event using DockerAdding Nuget Packages and Project ReferenceOrdering Startup ChangesBasket Ordering Consumer ImplementationIssue At Consumer EndFixing Container issueApplication Gateway ImplementationIntroductionProject CreationStartup File ChangesProgram File changesOcelot Configuration ChangesConverting the Project as Web ProjectDocker File ChangesGateway IssueGateway DemoBonus SectionBonus Lecture
On top of that, you will learn how to write quality code. 99% time you guys will be coding along with me. Hence, you will be learning not only the theory part but rather its implementation as well.