"¨Microservices"" describes a software design pattern in which an application is a collection of loosely coupled services. These services are fine-grained, and can be individually maintained and scaled. The microservices architecture is ideal for the public cloud, with its focus on elastic scaling with on-demand resources. In this course, you will learn how to build Java applications using Spring Boot and Spring Cloud on Google Cloud.
You'll use Spring Cloud Config to manage your application's configuration. You'll send and receive messages with Pub/Sub and Spring Integration. You'll also use Cloud SQL as a managed relational database for your Java applications, and learn how to migrate to Cloud Spanner, which is Google Cloud's globally-distributed strongly consistent database service. You'll also learn about tracing and debugging your Spring applications with Google Cloud's operations suite.
To succeed in this course, you should be familiar with the Java programming language and building Java applications with tools such as Maven or Gradle. You should also have general knowledge of Google Cloud."
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In this module you will get a survey of the course's scope and content.
Introduction to Google Cloud Services and Spring Boot
This module will introduce the Google Cloud technologies that will be covered in the labs, and describe how Spring Boot simplifies the task of using external services, such as Google Cloud services, in your applications.
Building the Demo Application
In this module, you'll describe the structure and key components of the demo Java microservices application that you’ll work with in the labs.