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Learning Path Summary
Learning Path Summary
- Congratulations on completing the Dotnet Monolithic Microservices Migration learning path. We hope you have found this content both informative, and engaging. Before we finish, we'll provide a quick recap of the concepts we've covered. We walked you through a series of hands on demontrations split across two courses, in which we migrated an existing Windows 2008 IIS hosted ASP.net Monolithic application, as it would've been likely acting 10 years ago. And two, an updated version, refactored and implemented as a microservices application, using modern technology such as, Dotnet Core, React, Enginix, DOCA, and Linux. We then deployed our microservices application into Amazon's ECS Fargate and EKU services.
In the first course, we presented a series of hands on demonstrations that walked you through the process of refactoring and redesigning an existing monolithic based e-commerce store, into a modernized micro-services based version, using open-source based technologies. Upon completing the first course, and associated labs, you were presented with the first of two exams, to assess knowledge presented in the first half of this learning path. In the second course, we again presented a series of hands on demonstrations that walked you through the process of building, deploying, and running, an updated Microservices application, on Amazon's ECS and EKU's managed service container platforms.
And finally, we listed a number of improvements we could implement in future versions of this application. Upon completing the second course, and associated labs, you were presented with the second of two exams, to assess knowledge presented in the second half of the learning path.
Okay, so that brings this learning path to a close. If you haven't done so already, we really do recommend you perform both assessment exams. This will give you an idea of which areas you might need to continue, or review. Please feel free to contact us at: email@example.com, if you have any further questions and/or comments. And again, congratulations on completing this learning path. You're well on your way to adopting a mastery in microservices, within your own organization.