NET Microservices CQRS Event Sourcing with Kafka

Published 07/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 91 lectures (8h 30m) | Size: 3.27 GB

Learn how to create microservices in C# that are based on CQRS and Event Sourcing. Powered by .NET and Apache Kafka

What you’ll learn
Event Sourcing
How to Create Microservices in C# with .NET
Creating DDD-Oriented Microservices
Using Apache Kafka as a Message Bus
Creating an Event Store with MongoDB
Optimistic Concurrency Control
Event Versioning
Using Microsoft SQL to Implement the Read Database
Replay the Event Store and Recreate the State of the Aggregate
Replay the Event Store and Recreate the Entire Read Database
Replay the Event Store and Recreate the Read Database in a Different Database Type – PostgreSQL
Implementing the Database-Per-Service Pattern
Entity Framework Core (MS SQL and PostgreSQL)
Dependency Injection

Some experience with C# is essential

In this course, you will learn how to create .NET microservices that comply with the CQRS and Event Sourcing patterns.

You will not use any CQRS framework, but you will write every line of code that is required to effectively create your own CQRS and Event Sourcing framework using C# and Apache Kafka. While this might sound a little daunting, you will be carefully guided step by step, and gain all the know-how and confidence to become an expert in CQRS and Event Sourcing.

By the end of this course, you will know how to

Handle commands and raise events.

Use the mediator pattern to implement command and query dispatchers.

Create and change the state of an aggregate with event messages.

Implement an event store / write database in MongoDB.

Create a read database in MySQL.

Apply event versioning.

Implement optimistic concurrency control.

Produce events to Apache Kafka.

Consume events from Apache Kafka to populate and alter records in the read database.

Replay the event store and recreate the state of the aggregate.

Separate read and write concerns.

Structure your code using Domain-Driven-Design best practices.

Replay the event store to recreate the entire read database.

Replay the event store to recreate the entire read database into a different database type – PostgreSQL.

The ultimate goal of this course is to take a deep-dive into the world of CQRS and Event Sourcing to enable you to create microservices that are super decoupled and extremely scalable.

Who this course is for
Software Engineers
Software Architects






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