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MICROSERVICES ADVANCED ONLINE TRAINING

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Microservices Advanced Online Training

In Microservices Advanced online training: OAuth2 is both Authentication(AuthN) and Authorization(AuthZ) framework that enables third-party application (such as Redbus) to automatically login to third-party application by using Twitter or Facebook or LinkedIn or Google or GitHub credentials. i.e., the OAuth works by delegating user authentication process to Twitter or Facebook or LinkedIn or Google or GitHub and then automatic login to third-party application after authorizing third-party application.

Through OAuth login, our application obtains limited access on Twitter or Facebook or LinkedIn or Google or GitHub resources than direct login to social. Microservices architecture says decompose single project into many smaller services. But we cannot ask the end user to sign-up and sign-in to every microservice. Instead the end user prefers single sign-on irrespective of number of microservices. Different microservices will run on different embedded servers. Hence there is no common session id. That means we cannot use session id across different microservices to represent user’s identity. Instead of using session id, rather use common oauth token across all microservices to represent user’s identity. The oauth token was generated by Authorization server and validated by Resource server. Both Authorization server and Resource server together called as OAuth provider. We can use either existing OAuth providers (such as Twitter or Facebook or LinkedIn or Google or GitHub) OR implement our own OAuth Provider. Since each microservice should perform token validation hence it is advised to implement our own OAuth provider. Otherwise if we use existing OAuth providers (such as Twitter or Facebook or LinkedIn or Google or GitHub) then every microservice should perform token validation against them in internet which is expensive. Hence in microservices projects, it is recommended to implement our own OAuth provider.

Conclusion: OAuth 2.0 is a delegation protocol, a means of letting someone who controls a resource allow a software application to access that resource on their behalf without impersonating them.

What Will You Learn?

  • OAuth 2.0
  • OAuth 2.0 Client
  • Microservices Security with OAuth
  • JSON Web Token (JWT)
  • API Gateway using Zuul
  • API Gateway and OAuth
  • Microservices with AWS

Pre-Requisites

  • Spring
  • Spring Microservices

Curriculum

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Course Info

  • Hours : 19 hour
  • Duration : 3 weeks [6 days per week]
  • Slot : 6AM-7AM | 7AM-8AM | 8AM-9AM
  • Mode : LIVE Online Training
  • Join : Goto Meeting
  • Demo : Day-1 & Day-2
  • Faculty : K.Ramesh
  • Downloads : Materials, Workspace, etc
  • Re Attend : One time with in 6 months.
  • Price : 6,000 INR
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  • review rating 5  I got very good knowledge on Spring Boot and Microservices by your sesion. It is very much helpful to implements this things in real time.

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    9/15/2019
  • review rating 4  I think this is the first time am clear and exactly what I am looking for in the real-time perspective , which is help full and made helpful in understanding the concepts Thank you Venu

    thumb Venu Krishna
    9/15/2019
  • review rating 4  I have attended basic micro service 2 day workshop. It was very good course and learned the new concepts. Detailed explanation was given.

    thumb Madhu Sudhan
    9/15/2019
  • review rating 4  Worth for money and I suggest this work shop for a people who wanted to explore Microservices and instructor is having good depth of topics he covered.

    thumb miriyala srinivas
    9/15/2019
  • review rating 5  I came here to refresh my skills and to learn new techs like spring boot data and cloud. Also microservices. It was a fantastic boost for my confidence.

    thumb chandra sekhar raj
    9/15/2019
  • review rating 5  i am happy to say learnt lot many things in 2 days session on Spring boot and micro services, it's too good...

    thumb kamalakar reddy
    3/25/2019
  • review rating 5  It's a wonderful weekend worth spending your time and money🤑💸💵💴💶💰💳. Mr. Ramesh got exceptionally good knowledge on the topics he covers. He also got a good flow on how to explain things. Wishing him all the best👍💯. Would come forward for many such classes in future. Area to improve: Class infrastructure Thanks

    thumb Nareshwaran D J
    3/25/2019
  • review rating 5  It's a wonderful weekend worth spending your time and money🤑💸💵💴💶💰💳. Mr. Ramesh got exceptionally good knowledge on the topics he covers. He also got a good flow on how to explain things. Wishing him all the best👍💯. Would come forward for many such classes in future. Area to improve: Class infrastructure Thanks

    thumb Nareshwaran D J
    3/25/2019
  • review rating 4  I was attended 2 days workshop on spring, explanation is very clear with real time examples. Material is awesome.thank you.

    thumb Santosh sahoo
    3/24/2019
  • review rating 4  Got clear picture on Spring Microservices within two days of workshop..And I strongly recommend the same for everyone......I thoroughly enjoyed the course.....

    thumb Madhava Rao
    3/24/2019

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