Payara Micro

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Course Overview

In this course, you will learn how to develop modern cloud-native microservices with Payara Micro and MicroProfile.

MicroProfile is a specification for building microservices architecture. MicroProfile was derived from Jakarta EE, formerly Java EE, and thus allows developers to migrate and reuse their existing Java EE code seamlessly in modern microservice applications. It delivers application portability of microservices across multiple MicroProfile vendor frameworks such as Payara Micro, Helidon, Quarkus, Open Liberty, and TomEE.

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Who should attend

Developers, software architects who want to develop modern cloud-native microservices with Payara Micro. Also trainers and consultants.

  • Java developers
  • Software architects
  • Java trainers
  • Technical consultants and sales engineers
  • Proficiency in using a Java IDE such as Eclipse, IntelliJ, or Netbeans
  • Fundamental knowledge in Java
  • Proficiency in object-oriented programming
  • Experience with Maven
  • Experience with Git
Course Objectives

By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:

  • Design of a cloud-native microservice architecture
  • Build microservices with MicroProfile and Payara Micro
  • Build independent REST services
  • Persist data by using Java Persistence API and MicroStream
  • Test and check your microservices
  • Build and deploy your microservices

Course Content

  • Cloud-native microservice architecture
  • MicroProfile introduction and overview
  • Getting started with Payara Micro
  • Injecting dependencies into microservices with Contexts and Dependency Injection
  • Create a RESTful web service
    • Create a REST service with JAX-RS and JSON-B
    • Use REST client
    • Consume a RESTful web service with JSON-B and JSON-P
    • Document and filter RESTful APIs by using OpenAPI
    • REactive service: Consume RESTful web services asynchronously
  • Configuration
    • Static configuration injection using MicroProfile Config
  • Fault tolerance
  • Observability
  • Persistence
    • Persist data to a database by using Java Persistence API (JPA)
    • Caching HTTP session data by using JCache and MicroStream
    • Persist data by using MicroStream native object graph persistence
  • Injecting dependencies into microservices with CDI (Contexts and Dependency Injection)
    • Inject annotation
    • Interceptor
    • Qualifiers
    • Named
    • Events
  • Testing microservices
  • Build and deployment of microservices
  • Exercises with coding
  • Answering your individual questions