- Setting up microservices
- Exposing and consuming external configurations
- Working with the Eureka service
- Consuming services
- Consuming an interface with Feign
Skill Level Intermediate
- Cloud-native applications are one of the most impactful ways to build applications for the global population. We build applications that are able to run close to the user with all the dependencies needed to run that application. This translates to an intense ability to deliver applications to customers that operate efficiently. When building Java applications for the cloud, the Spring Cloud set of projects increases the speed of developing cloud-native systems. Spring Boot mixed with Spring Cloud gives developers a rapid starting point and powerful abstractions for building cloud-native as well as micro-services based systems. Hi, my name is Frank Moley, a software developer and architect that has been living and breathing cloud-based application development for many years. I have helped transition organizations to the cloud using cloud-native application development practices and tools, including Spring Cloud. In this course, I will walk through with you how to build applications using Spring Boot and some of the core parts of Spring Cloud so you too can move rapidly to either a public or private cloud.