What you would learn in Java Servlets and Microservices for AWS Elastic Beanstalk course?
clients and servers
application programming interface (API)
Amazon Web Services
Spring Boot Framework
Objective: The objective of these (overall) is to provide you a hands-on introduction to developing servlets and microservices on your Windows Machine for deployment to Amazon Web Services, relying predominantly on the Elastic Beanstalk service.
Resources: The videos are divided into sub-sections indicated by the labels at the bottom of the screen. This allows you to navigate each lecture manually. We provide you with editable text copies of all the source code we use. These "external resources" are labeled in my notes as Res.XX.XX. You may download, save, and use these resources however you see fit.
Machine Requirements: At the beginning of each module, I will outline the type of machine and software you need. Overall, you need a reasonably fast Windows PC with Node.JS installed as well as a good code editor like Notepad++ (that's my preference). You will also need to have Express.JS, Apache Tomcat, and Spring Boot downloaded and configured.
Outline: This course is divided into several modules:
** Clients and Servers
** Servlets and Microservices
* Example: Develop Image Server for Windows 10 via Express.JS
* Example: Configure and Test Machine for Apache Tomcat
* Example: Develop Java Servlet for Windows 10 via Apache Tomcat
* Example: Deploy Java Servlet via AWS Elastic Beanstalk
* Example: Deploy Microservices via Spring Framework for AWS Elastic Beanstalk
* Example: Deploy API Gateway via OpenAPI Specification on AWS
Who this course is for:
Intermediate programmer with interest in developing servers, servlets, and microservices
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