name :
CK104G
title :
IBM Cloud Garage Cloud Native Developer Bootcamp for IBM Cloud Public
category :
Cloud
vendor :
IBM
classroomDeliveryMethod :
Classroom IBM
descriptions :
description :
OverviewThis course teaches the key features and architecture of cloud–native applications. You learn about the elements of twelve–factor applications and the characteristics of a resilient, scalable cloud application design. The course also explains the role of DevOps in the cloud–native application lifecycle.AudienceThis course is designed for developers who want to develop Java applications on IBM Cloud.PrerequisitesBefore taking this course, you should have:
  • Experience with enterprise application development in Java™ or other languages
  • Familiarity with agile development practices
ObjectiveAfter you complete this course, you should be able to:
  • Describe the key features, practices, and architecture of cloud–native application development.
  • Integrate on–premises resources to IBM Cloud
  • Practice various approaches for migrating Java applications to IBM Cloud
Course OutlineIntroduction to IBM Cloud
  • IBM Cloud Architecture
  • IBM Cloud Basics
  • Lab 1 - Deploy simple Web application
  • IBM Cloud Full Stack Development
 Day 2 - Cloud-native application development
  • Cloud Native Overview
  • Lab 2 - Deploy your first microservice
  • Twelve Factor Applications
  • Microservices Application Architecture
  • Developing Microservices
Day 3 – DevOps, Cloud Data Services, Security
  • DevOps Concepts
  • Lab 3 - Building the DevOps pipeline
  • IBM Cloud Data Services
  • Lab 4 - Data services and customer microservice
  • Microservices Security
  • Cloud Adoption Patterns
Day 4 - Integration with on-premises resources
  • Introduction to IBM Cloud Integration
  • IBM Cloud Connectivity
  • Lab 5 - Catalog microservice and Secure Gateway
  • API Connect and Data Connect
  • Developing applications for IBM Cloud
  • Finalize web application and autoscaling lab
Day 5 - Application migration to IBM Cloud
  • Migrating applications to IBM Cloud
  • Migrating Java applications to IBM Cloud
  • Lab 6.1 - Migrating a Tomcat application to IBM Cloud
  • Lab 6.2 - Migrating a WebSphere application to IBM Cloud
overview :
[This course teaches the key features and architecture of cloud–native applications. You learn about the elements of twelve–factor applications and the characteristics of a resilient, scalable cloud application design. The course also explains the role of DevOps in the cloud–native application lifecycle.]
abstract :
This course teaches the key features and architecture of cloud–native applications. You learn about the elements of twelve–factor applications and the characteristics of a resilient, scalable cloud application design. The course also explains the role of DevOps in the cloud–native application lifecycle.
prerequisits :
objective :
Overview This course teaches the key features and architecture of cloud–native applications. You learn about the elements of twelve–factor applications and the characteristics of a resilient, scalable cloud application design. The course also explains the role of DevOps in the cloud–native application lifecycle. Audience This course is designed for developers who want to develop Java applications on IBM Cloud. Prerequisites Before taking this course, you should have:
  • Experience with enterprise application development in Java™ or other languages
  • Familiarity with agile development practices
Objective After you complete this course, you should be able to:
  • Describe the key features, practices, and architecture of cloud–native application development.
  • Integrate on–premises resources to IBM Cloud
  • Practice various approaches for migrating Java applications to IBM Cloud
topic :
Course OutlineIntroduction to IBM Cloud
  • IBM Cloud Architecture
  • IBM Cloud Basics
  • Lab 1 - Deploy simple Web application
  • IBM Cloud Full Stack Development
 Day 2 - Cloud-native application development
  • Cloud Native Overview
  • Lab 2 - Deploy your first microservice
  • Twelve Factor Applications
  • Microservices Application Architecture
  • Developing Microservices
Day 3 – DevOps, Cloud Data Services, Security
  • DevOps Concepts
  • Lab 3 - Building the DevOps pipeline
  • IBM Cloud Data Services
  • Lab 4 - Data services and customer microservice
  • Microservices Security
  • Cloud Adoption Patterns
Day 4 - Integration with on-premises resources
  • Introduction to IBM Cloud Integration
  • IBM Cloud Connectivity
  • Lab 5 - Catalog microservice and Secure Gateway
  • API Connect and Data Connect
  • Developing applications for IBM Cloud
  • Finalize web application and autoscaling lab
Day 5 - Application migration to IBM Cloud
  • Migrating applications to IBM Cloud
  • Migrating Java applications to IBM Cloud
  • Lab 6.1 - Migrating a Tomcat application to IBM Cloud
  • Lab 6.2 - Migrating a WebSphere application to IBM Cloud
startDate :
2019-03-20T19:13:13Z
endDate :
2021-04-15T00:00:00Z
lastModified :
2019-03-20T08:00:30Z
created :
2018-04-17T08:00:53Z
duration :
5
durationUnit :
DAYS
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