Microservices

Containers Red Hat

How to Recover control plane nodes and deploy custom Grafana

Losing a control plane node is no fun and can be a shock for OpenShift administrators who then need to figure out next steps to recover the cluster. Fortunately, with OpenShift, there is a way to recover your control plane and minimize degraded cluster operations! Did you know that Red Hat has plans to remove […]

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Developer

Microservices with FastAPI – Full Course

Learn how to create a simple Microservices app using Python FastAPI with React on the frontend. Course from Scalable Scripts. We will use RedisJSON as a Database and dispatch events with Redis Streams. RedisJSON is a NoSQL database just like MongoDB and Redis Streams is an Event Bus just like RabbitMQ or Apache Kafka. Code: […]

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Developer

.NET Microservices – Full Course for Beginners

Learn the foundational elements of a microservices architecture with .NET in this beginner level course. You will incrementally building a real microservices-based application with the .NET platform and C#. Get the code: https://youtube.dotnetmicroservices.com/netmicroservicesbasics Course created by Julio Casal.

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Containers Red Hat

Introduction to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform

Check out this presentation & demo with Gautham Nagaraj as he introduces the core tenants of Digital Transformation, why containers are the way forward on the technological side and how Kubernetes ,and more importantly Red Hat OpenShift, can help your organization.

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Developer

.NET Microservices – Full Course

Here’s a step-by-step tutorial that walks you through an introduction on building microservices using .NET all the way through building everything completely from start to finish. To accompany this course I have provided free Kubernetes command and Architecture Cheat Sheet which is available for download when you subscribe to my blog at: https://dotnetplaybook.com/ Time Stamps […]

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Developer

The Problem With Microservices

As Microservices become one of the most popular modern architectural approaches, the downsides of increased complexity are starting to appear. In this video, Dave Farley will explore the costs, and benefits, of microservices listing the key features that distinguish this approach from others and answers questions like “When are they a good choice” and “when […]

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Developer

Building Microservices with Tye

Tye is a tool that makes developing, testing, and deploying microservices and distributed applications easier for developers. With very little knowledge of Docker or Kubernetes, developers can run locally orchestrated projects during development, and then publish to a hosted orchestrator of their choice. In this video, Justin and Amiee come on to talk to us […]

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Developer Python

Python Microservices Web App Full Course

Using Python microservices allows you to break up your apps into smaller parts that communicate with each other. This can make it simpler to scale the application based on the traffic. Additionally, the separation of concerns makes it easier to work on just one part of the app at a time. Code: Python Microservices: https://github.com/scalablescripts/python-microservices […]

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Containers

What’s the difference between Containers vs VMs?

In this lightboard video, Nigel Brown with IBM Cloud, answers this question and more. He also breaks down why users should not just look at virtual machines and containers as competing technologies because there can be a lot of benefits of having them work together for particular use cases.

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Azure Containers FinTech

Banking in Latin America: High availability in Azure Kubernetes Service | Part 3

In this third part episode, Roberto Cervantes walks through the different considerations customers must think through when designing a highly available application built on the Azure Kubernetes Service.   Watch Part 1 / Watch Part 2 Learn more: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/overview/kubernetes-on-azure

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