Microservices: Designing Highly Scalable Systems

(3 customer reviews)


Master the art of designing highly scalable systems with microservices architecture. Learn fundamental principles and techniques for creating resilient, distributed applications in this comprehensive online course.



Explore the architecture and principles behind microservices, a modern approach to designing scalable systems. This online course covers essential concepts such as service decomposition, communication protocols, containerization, and orchestration, empowering you to build resilient and efficient applications in distributed environments.


What you'll learn

  • The core principles of microservices
  • Microservices benefits and anti-patterns
  • The building blocks of a microservices architecture
  • Client-to-microservice communication through an API gateway
  • Event-driven communication using an event-bus
  • How to secure microservices
  • How to manage data in a microservices-based system
  • How distributed transactions work with microservices
  • Microservices success factors
  • Containerization of microservices
  • Tools and technologies to build and manage microservices
  • How to convert a monolithic application into microservices
  • CQRS
  • Saga Pattern

3 reviews for Microservices: Designing Highly Scalable Systems

  1. Paul

    “As someone new to microservices, I found this course incredibly valuable. The step-by-step approach and the instructor’s engaging style made learning enjoyable. I now feel equipped to tackle scalability challenges in my projects. Thank you!”

  2. Philomina

    “I loved how this course balanced theory with hands-on projects. It gave me the confidence to apply microservices patterns in real-world scenarios. The content is rich, up-to-date, and delivered with clarity. Definitely worth the investment!”

  3. Ladan

    “This course was a game-changer for me! The instructor’s clear explanations and practical examples helped me grasp complex concepts effortlessly. Highly recommended for anyone serious about mastering microservices architecture.”

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