Advanced Cloud Native Go
What you’ll learn
Implement a microservice with one of the Go frameworks
Work with Service Discovery, Configuration, and Registration with consul
Deploy and run a Go microservice with Kubernetes
Find out how to implement Sync Calls with Circuit Breaker
See how to implement Async Messaging using Rabbit MQ
Go is a modern cross-platform programming language that is very powerful yet simple; it is an excellent choice for microservices and cloud applications. Go is gaining more and more popularity, and becoming an attractive skill as well.
In this video you will start with diving into the anatomy of cloud native application platform with its key functions. Here you will implement an advanced Go microservice using one of the frameworks, containerize and compose it using Docker, and finally deploy and orchestrate the service using Kubernetes. After that you will be introduced to Consul as the infrastructure component used throughout the course. You will learn to add service registration capabilities to a Go microservice and implement service lookup and configuration on the client side. You will also implement a modified version that uses Kubernetes only service discovery and configuration mechanisms. Next, you will briefly discuss the two major communication patterns with their pros and cons. You will then implement synchronous RPC style communication using a binary protocol such as ProtoBuf and apply a circuit breaker for resiliency. Finally, you will also implement two different forms of asynchronous communication in Go using RabbitMQ or Kafka as a message-oriented middleware.
By the end of this video tutorial, you will be well versed with building an advanced, robust, and scalable Go Microservices that are deployable to the cloud.
About The Author
Mario-Leander Reimer has been a chief technician at QAware since the
beginning of 2014. He is responsible for the technical success of
projects in the field of after sales for their customer BMW.
He is a specialist in the design and implementation of complex system
and software architectures based on open source technologies. As a
member of the Java Community Process (JCP), his goal is to further
improve the Java platform and to develop practical specifications. He is
a speaker at international conferences and guest lecturer at Rosenheim
University of Applied Sciences.
Mario-Leander studied computer science in Rosenheim and at Staffordshire University.
Who this course is for:
- If you are a Go developer and want to build secure, resilient, robust and scalable applications that are cloud-native, then this is the video tutorial you have been looking for. Some knowledge of web services and web programming should be sufficient to get you through the course.
- Go Microservice Frameworks
- Service Discovery and Configuration
- Microservice Communication