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"¨Microservices"" describes a software design pattern in which an application is a collection of loosely coupled services. These services are fine-grained, and can be individually maintained and scaled. The microservices architecture is ideal for the public cloud, with its focus on elastic scaling with on-demand resources. In this course, you will learn how to build Java applications using Spring Boot and Spring Cloud on Google Cloud. You'll use Spring Cloud Config to manage your application's configuration. You'll send and receive messages with Pub/Sub and Spring Integration. You'll also use Cloud SQL as a managed relational database for your Java applications, and learn how to migrate to Cloud Spanner, which is Google Cloud's globally-distributed strongly consistent database service. You'll also learn about tracing and debugging your Spring applications with Google Cloud's operations suite. To succeed in this course, you should be familiar with the Java programming language and building Java applications with tools such as Maven or Gradle. You should also have general knowledge of Google Cloud." >>> By enrolling in this course you agree to the Qwiklabs Terms of Service as set out in the FAQ and located at: <<<...

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30 de may. de 2020

Awesome for hands on and practical approach of creating and deploying spring cloud app in gcp services , especially gae and gcp cloud config concepts was in particular was well explained in course .


4 de jul. de 2020

Its wonderful Experience with plenty of explanation on the topics covered inn each of the tasks.

it really helped my self to build Micro Service based application enabled with GCP Services

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por Jitendra K M

1 de feb. de 2022

not as expected but not bad too

por Roberto J Y P

25 de oct. de 2019

falta mas sobre la arquitectura

por Jayaprakash R M

5 de oct. de 2022

its good for understanding

por Chenghong M

23 de ago. de 2020

Good practice on GCP.

por Lai S

20 de abr. de 2021

so far so good

por Sanjana S

22 de jun. de 2020

Great content

por Angelos S

2 de jul. de 2020

Unfortunately the course uses an older version of Spring and dependencies and the tutorials do not work out of the box. Some fixes in the dependencies are required.

por Pablo L

13 de jun. de 2020

I liked the course, it is basic, but it shows the GCP services well.

Too bad I had problems in some labs and the forum doesn't help much either.

por Muhammet

16 de nov. de 2019

A hands-on course, but all of the quiz and lab sessions are limited, but still is a free course

por Gina H

4 de may. de 2020

The google cloud set up was so buggy at times, that I could not complete the course.

por Jered W

31 de mar. de 2020

There needs to be more clarity and examples. A lot of the steps didn't work.

por Amr H A

30 de ago. de 2021

It was a course about GCP products more than java nor microservices.

por Seif M

23 de jul. de 2020

didn't implemented any CS & dislike this type of course & overviews.

por Richa B

9 de jul. de 2021

Could not access the labs while auditing the course

por Tiziano B I

5 de ene. de 2020

Too many labs with the same steps

Not enough theory

por rameshkumar g

21 de may. de 2019

does not spend time on microservice architecture

por Christian H

15 de may. de 2020

is not about Spring Boot, it is about GCP

por Mohammad A

7 de mar. de 2020

Hard to follow instructions.

por Rishikesh S

10 de may. de 2020

This pathetic course, please dont buy any course at courseera. They dont have any customer support or chat line. Also the material is worst. Every lab full with issues and errors and ultimately you will not complete any one of them. At end they offered you certificate without any lab completion or learning. How can I get certificate from Google cloud without any learning or completion of assignment? This is full fake website and not recommended to anyone.

por Graham B

24 de ene. de 2022

This course is very poor in my opinion. It's not really a course, rather just a bunch of recipes on how to do fairly standard simple things, delivered via a bunch of cut and paste "labs" which are more tedious than educational. To see how courses are actually "done", check out Amazon's AWS serverless java apps course. You're much better of searching the web on how to do these bog standard things than taking this course. Sorry.

por Joan O

27 de feb. de 2022

I don't like the course, i did not learn anything about springboot, poor videos, labs without no context and no califications. You just have to copy and paste all time with no context of what are you doing. This seems to be something more like a promotion of GCP product than something that i can learn in deep.

por Gerardo A

9 de oct. de 2021

IMPORTANT: You are not going to learn anything about Java, Microservices or Spring Boot (you will need to inspect the whole repo to learn by yourself), people will need to be autonomous and make further research to learn about this project, the course itself is not going to work.

por Jefferson J M G

11 de nov. de 2022

As others have suggested, this course is quite superficial, mostly a showcase of spring / gcp integrations but no depth. The labs have quite a few isseus: deprecated commands, misleading information, and steps that just don't work anymore.

por Sudhanshu S S

23 de ene. de 2020

Most of the labs included in this course don't give the expected outputs. There is no support provided if any command doesn't give the expected output. The learning path is mostly copy pasting and doesn't help much in upskilling.

por Bocheng H

3 de abr. de 2020

Although I have finished this course, I still don't quite understand what is the goal of the course. The instructor doesn't introduce the principle and the mechanism of these technology tools mentioned.