This course teaches developers and architects how to build and architect software in a hands-on setting. The following topics will be covered: Tanzu Application Service, greenfield development, end state reference architectures, replatforming, and modernization.
Who should attend
- Developers and Lead Developers
- Experience building and deploying modern software (e.g., TDD, CI/CD, and refactoring)
- Familiarity with design patterns, domain-driven design, component based-architecture, and evolutionary architecture
- Experience developing apps using Java 6 and above, Java Enterprise Edition, Java/Spring.
What you'll learn
By the end of the training, students will:
- Understand what Tanzu Application Service is, and how it runs apps
- Learn about key app-centric Tanzu Application Service constructs: app, manifest, buildpack, service instance, binding, domain, route, environment variables
- Experience common impediments to running an app on Tanzu Application Service, and overcome them
- Learn how to identify, codify, and make use of reusable patterns for building applications (i.e. understand distributed system development/ architectures)}
- Learn how to evolve monolithic apps (i.e. understand when and how to break out microservices from the monolith)