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AWS (Amazon Web Services) is the No 1 Cloud Service Provider today. Spring Boot is the No 1 Java Framework to develop REST API and Microservices.
How about learning AWS by deploying Spring Boot Docker Containers to Amazon Web Services using Elastic Container Service - ECS and AWS Fargate?
This course would be a perfect first step as an introduction to Amazon Web Services - AWS and the Cloud.
In this course, we deploy a variety of Java Spring Boot Microservices to Amazon Web Services using AWS Fargate and ECS - Elastic Container Service.
You will learn the basics of implementing Container Orchestration with ECS (Elastic Container Service) - Cluster, Task Definitions, Tasks, Containers and Services. You will learn about the two launch types of ECS - EC2 and AWS Fargate. In this course, we would focus extensively on AWS Fargate to simplify your Container Orchestration. You will learn to deploy multiple containers in the same ECS task.
You will learn to Build Container Images for your Java Spring Boot Microservice Projects.
You will implement the following features for your Microservices
- Centralized Configuration Management with AWS Parameter Store
- Distributed Tracing with AWS X Ray
- Auto Scaling and Load Balancing with ECS, Elastic Load Balancers and Target Groups
- Service Mesh using AWS App Mesh. You will learn the basics of AWS App Mesh - Mesh, Virtual Nodes and Virtual Services. You will learn to perform Canary Deployments using AWS AppMesh.
- Service Discovery with Route 53 Hosted Zones and DNS.
- Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment with AWS Code Pipeline
You will learn to debug problems with deploying containers using Service events and AWS CloudWatch logs.
You will learn about automating deployments and creating a continuous delivery pipeline with AWS Code Pipeline. You will learn how to Auto Scale applications based on load as well as deploy multiple instances behind a load balancer using AWS ECS Fargate.
You will be using a number of AWS Services - ECS - Elastic Container Services, AWS Fargate, EC2 - Elastic Compute Cloud, S3, AWS CodePipeLine, AWS CodeBuild, IAM, CloudWatch, ELB, Target Groups, X Ray, AWS Parameter Store, AWS App Mesh and Route 53.
You will be using deploying a variety of projects to Amazon Web Services (AWS). These projects are created with Spring Boot (REST API Framework), Spring (Dependency Management), Maven (dependencies management), Eclipse (Java IDE) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server. We will help you set up each one of these.
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Important Course Sections - Deploying Spring Boot Microservices with ECS and AWS Fargate
Getting Started with the course - Deploying Spring Boot Microservices with ECS and AWS Fargate
Getting Started with AWS
Getting Started with ECS and AWS Fargate
Getting Started with ECS with EC2 instances
Introduction to Microservices
Deploying Currency Exchange Microservice with H2 to AWS Fargate
Deploying Currency Exchange Microservice with MySQL to AWS Fargate
Deploying Currency Conversion Microservice to AWS Fargate
Implement Centralized Configuration Management with AWS Parameter Store
Implement Distributed Tracing with AWS X-Ray
Implement Auto Scaling and Load Balancing with AWS Fargate
Deploying Service Mesh using AWS App Mesh
Implement CI and CD with AWS Code Pipeline
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- You have an attitude to learn while having fun :)
- You have some programming experience with Java, Spring and Spring Boot
- You have a valid debit or credit card to create a AWS Account
- AWS Fargate is not in FREE Tier. You are responsible for monitoring the usage of AWS resources to reduce your billing.
- You DO NOT need to have any experience with AWS (Amazon Web Services)