This course provides an introduction to Microclimate, an end-to-end development environment that lets you rapidly create, edit, and deploy applications that run in containers. Microclimate can be installed locally, or on IBM Cloud Private, where you can create a pipeline for continuous integration and delivery.
In this course, you learn how to quickly set up a development environment for working with Microclimate, and import a sample application. Using the Integrated Jenkins pipeline and Github, you also learn how to deploy a microservice application to IBM Cloud Private.
If you choose to take this course and earn the Coursera course certificate, you will also earn an IBM digital badge. To find out more about IBM digital badges follow the link http://ibm.biz/badging.
-This module introduces the course and covers the fundamentals of microservices that are prerequisite knowledge for the course. If you completed the course, Microservices - Fundamentals, or you already have a working knowledge of microservices, you can skip the lessons that are labelled "optional." You must complete all graded quizzes in the course.
Introduction to Microclimate
-This unit introduces Microclimate, a Docker-ized, end-to-end development environment that you can use to generate microservices in Java, Node, and Swift.
Developing applications with Microclimate
-This module covers the basics of developing microservices applications. You also learn how to create, build, and test a simple application in a local environment with Microclimate.
Application deployment and DevOps
-In this module, you learn how to deploy a Microclimate application on IBM Cloud Private. You also learn about the DevOps capabilities of Microclimate with IBM Cloud Private.
Karen Durston, Megan Irvine and Steeve Chwojko