JHipster: Build and Deploy Spring Boot Microservices

JHipster: Build and Deploy Spring Boot Microservices
JHipster: Build and Deploy Spring Boot Microservices
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 59m | 2.79 GB

JHipster is an open-source application generator for creating Spring Boot apps. In this course, learn how to build a fully-functional Spring Boot and Angular microservice application using the JHipster Yeoman generator. Instructor Chris Anatalio reviews microservice architecture, best practices, and the relative pros and cons of microservices. He also dives into JHipster—discussing its out-of-the-box features and related technologies—and explains how to use this application generator to build an application. Chris then shows how to generate multiple microservices and connect them together. To wrap up the course, he reviews popular deployment options, and demonstrates how to deploy your microservices in a Docker container to Amazon Web Services, Azure, and Cloud Foundry.

Topics include:

  • Installing Yarn, Yeoman, and JHipster
  • Benefits of microservices
  • Costs of using microservices
  • JHipster microservice architecture
  • Creating an API gateway
  • Importing, reviewing, and running code
  • How JHipster integrates with Docker
  • Managing multiple microservices
  • Deployment cloud solutions