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Building Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

Building Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

Learn Building Microservices using Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, React, Kafka, RabbitMQ and REST API (REST Web Services)

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What you'll learn

  • Build REST API's using Spring Boot - Important Spring MVC Annotations
  • Build CRUD REST API's using Spring Boot, Spring Data JPA and MySQL Database
  • Building Spring Boot Microservices in IntelliJ IDEA
  • Microservices Communication using RestTemplate, WebClient and Cloud OpenFeign
  • Centralized Configurations using Spring Cloud Config Server
  • Create Service Registry and Discovery using Spring Cloud Netflix Eureka
  • Create API Gateway using Spring Cloud Gateway
  • Load balancing with Eureka server and Open Feign using Spring Cloud LoadBalancer
  • Auto Refresh Config Changes using Spring Cloud Bus
  • Distributed Tracing with Spring Cloud Sleuth and Zipkin
  • Resilience4J: Circuit Breaker, Retry and RateLimiter Patterns
  • How to Add Step by Step New Microservice to Existing Project
  • Create React Frontend Microservice and Integrate with Backend Microservices
  • Event-Driven Microservices using Spring boot and Kafka
  • Event-Driven Microservices using Spring boot and RabbitMQ

In this course, you will learn to build Microservices using Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, React, Kafka, RabbitMQ, and REST API (REST Web Services).


A Microservice is a service built around a specific business capability that can be independently deployed. So, to build large enterprise applications we can identify the sub-domains of our main business domain and build each sub-domain as a MicroService using Domain Driven Design (DDD) techniques. But in the end, we need to make all these microservices work together to serve the end user as if it is a single application.

Why Spring boot and Spring cloud are good choices for MicroServices?

Spring Boot is the most popular and widely used Java framework for building Microservices. These days many organizations prefer to deploy their applications in a Cloud environment instead of taking all the headaches of maintaining a data center themselves. But we need to take good care of the various aspects to make our applications Cloud Native. There comes the beauty of Spring Cloud.

Spring Cloud is essentially an implementation of various design patterns to be followed while building Cloud Native applications. Instead of reinventing the wheel, we can simply take advantage of various Spring Cloud modules and focus on our main business problem than worrying about infrastructural concerns.