Spring Boot and Microservices Bootcamp

Course Code: 5022



Today, the one of the biggest opportunities in the IT space lies in utilizing containers and serverless, where infrastructure is less of a barrier to entry. In the near future, where the service resides will no longer have an impact on the creation and delivery of the service. Spring Boot and Microservices are playing a critical role in defining the future of service delivery and business architecture.

Microservices is an architectural style that structures an application a as collection of services that are highly maintainable and testable. They are a method of developing software applications that are made up of independently deployable, modular services. Each microservice runs a unique process and communicates through a well-defined mechanism like a container.

Spring Boot is an open-source Java-based framework that is used to create microservices. Spring Boot is one of the fastest ways to build applications. With Spring Boot, developers can focus more on important business features and less on infrastructure.

Cognixia’s Spring Boot and Microservices Bootcamp will acquaint you with the concepts of Microservices and Spring Boot, and help you be well-versed in working with them. The course trains participants to develop cloud-based, scalable, and fault-tolerant enterprise applications using microservices. The course discusses how to containerize applications using Docker. The course also covers how to deploy Spring Boot applications on AWS Cloud. The course also incorporates hands-on projects and exercises for a thorough experiential and practical learning experience.

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Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

Live Classroom 
Duration: 10 days

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Duration: 10 days

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What You'll learn

  • Developing enterprise applications using microservices architecture
  • Building and deploying cloud-based, scalable, and fault-tolerant applications
  • Containerizing applications using Docker
  • Deploying Spring Boot applications to AWS cloud


  • Introduction to Spring Boot
  • Features of Spring Boot
  • Using Spring Initializr
  • Understanding Spring Boot Auto Configuration
  • Exploring Spring Boot Annotations
  • Configuring application properties
  • Understanding profiles
  • Using Spring Boot developer tools
  • Introduction to REST
  • The GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE methods
  • The Accept and Content type headers
  • Creating a CRUD REST API
  • Implementing JPA based repositories
  • Perform validation and exception handling
  • Documenting RESTful web services
  • Versioning RESTful web services
  • API monitoring using Spring Boot actuator
  • Introduction to microservices
  • Monolithic vs. Microservices architecture
  • Advantages of microservices
  • Challenges of microservices
  • Components of microservices
  • Introduction to Spring Cloud
  • Options for hosting microservices
  • Testing microservices
  • Understanding Spring Cloud
  • Introduction to Eureka server
  • Creating the Eureka server
  • Registering the Eureka client
  • Looking up for services
  • Building a Eureka server and client applications
  • Introduction to Ribbon
  • Configuring Ribbon
  • Integrating Eureka and Ribbon
  • Introduction to Feign
  • Configuring Feign
  • Access services using Feign REST client
  • Importance of fault tolerance
  • Introduction to Hystrix
  • Configuring Hystrix
  • Exploring Hystrix dashboard
  • Introduction to Zuul
  • Implementing API gateway with Zuul
  • Understanding Zuul filters
  • Introduction to Spring Cloud Sleuth
  • Configuring Spring Cloud Sleuth
  • Introduction to Zipkin server
  • Tying up microservices to Zipkin
  • Trace requests
  • Working with Spring Cloud config server
  • Configure different environments
  • Create Git repository
  • Configure Config server to utilize Git repository
  • Connecting microservices to Config server
  • Introduction to Spring Cloud Bus
  • Implementing Spring Cloud Bus
  • Introduction to Rabbit MQ
  • Setup Rabbit MQ
  • Connect Spring Cloud Bus with Rabbit MQ
  • Build a Spring Boot microservices project
  • Deploy microservices project on AWS cloud
  • Dockerize the project
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To be eligible for the Spring Boot and Microservices Bootcamp, participants need to have fundamental knowledge of Java. It is also beneficial to have basic knowledge of the Spring framework.

Who Should Attend

The course is highly recommended for anyone with the fundamental knowledge of Java and preferably some experience working it, who aspires to work as a Microservices developer with Spring Cloud. Some of the titles who would find this course useful include:

  • Java developers
  • Java software development engineers
  • Full stack developers
  • Software engineers
  • Back-end developers
  • Software specialists
  • Applications developers
  • Java architects
  • AWS architects
  • Cloud solutions architects

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Once all the sessions of the course are completed, you will be evaluated on the basis of multiple parameters such as your attendance in the sessions, your scores in multiple-choice questions-based assessment, etc. Based on your overall performance, you will receive a course completion certificate from Cognixia.