Get yourself trained on Building Microservices with with this Online Training Building Microservices with Lagom.
Online Training Building Microservices with Lagom
The Lagom architecture is an open source framework for building reactive microservices.The video course will help you to build microservices that have a very high-throughput and low latency.You will find out how to implement a circuit breaker to make the service more resilient. In order to achieve this, you will learn how to set up performance tests with Gatling and will be trained on how to use Gatling efficiently. At the end, you will create a microservice using the Lagom framework.About The AuthorTomasz Lelek is a Software Engineer, programming mostly in Java, Scala. He is a fan of microservices architecture, and functional programming. He has dedicated considerable time and effort to be better every day. He recently dived into Big Data technologies such as Apache Spark and Hadoop. Tomasz is passionate about nearly everything associated with software development. Recently he was a speaker at conferences in Poland – Confitura and JDD (Java Developers Day) and also at Krakow Scala User Group. He has also conducted a live coding session at Geecon Conference.
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