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Online Training LEARNING PATH: Spring: Work with Data and Cloud in Spring 5
Spring 5.0 has arrived with a wide range of new and thrilling features that will change the way youve used the framework so far. This Learning Path will show you the evolution from solving the problems of testable applications to building distributed applications on the cloud. So, if you are a Java developer who is looking for a comprehensive guide on Spring application development, then go for this Learning Path.Packts Video Learning Paths are a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it. The highlights of this Learning Path are: Get to know the advanced features of Spring Boot in order to effectively develop and monitor applications Understand the basics of Spring Cloud Data Flow and use it to build basic data flow use cases Learn to deploy and manage applications on the Cloud using Spring Boot Lets take a quick look at your learning journey. To start with, you will get an insight of the new features in Spring 5.0 and you will be shown how to build an application using Spring MVC. The advanced features of Spring Boot will be illustrated to you through powerful examples. You will be introduced to a JVM language known as Kotlin thats quickly gaining popularity. Also, you will be taught how to set up a Kotlin project in Eclipse. Next, you will understand how application architectures have evolved from monoliths to those built around microservices. You will then get a thorough understanding of how to build and extend microservices using Spring Boot. Finally you will learn how to build and deploy cloud-native microservices with Spring cloud. By the end of this Learning Path, you will be equipped with the knowledge and best practices required to develop microservices with the Spring Framework. Meet Your Experts: We have the best work of the following esteemed author to ensure that your learning journey is smooth: Ranga Rao Karanam is a programmer, trainer, and architect. His areas of interest include cloud-native applications, microservices, evolutionary design, high-quality code, DevOps, BDD, TDD, and refactoring. He loves consulting for start-ups on developing scalable, component-based Cloud Native applications, and following modern development practices such as BDD, continuous delivery, and DevOps. He loves the freedom Spring framework brings to developing enterprise Java applications. Ranga started in 28 minutes with the vision of creating high-quality courses on developing cloud-native Java applications. He is looking forward to enhancing his already considerable success–75,000 students on Udemy and 35,000 subscribers on YouTube. Ranga likes to play cricket and go hiking. His dream is to spend a year hiking the Himalayas.
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As a society, we spend hundreds of billions of dollars measuring the return on our financial assets. Yet, at the same time, we still haven’t found convincing ways of measuring the return on our investments in developing people.
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