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  • keyboard_arrow_rightMicro Services Introduction
  • keyboard_arrow_rightPrinciple and Characteristics
  • keyboard_arrow_rightUse cases and Benefits
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  • keyboard_arrow_rightDesign standards
  • keyboard_arrow_rightMicro Services Communication
  • keyboard_arrow_right– Synchronous
  • keyboard_arrow_right– Asynchronous
  • keyboard_arrow_rightPitfalls
  • keyboard_arrow_rightMicro Services per JVM?
  • keyboard_arrow_rightMicro Services share the data stores?
  • keyboard_arrow_rightMicro Services Transaction boundaries
  • keyboard_arrow_rightUser Interfaces integration with Micro Services
  • keyboard_arrow_rightChallenges in Micro Services implementation
  • keyboard_arrow_rightIntroduction
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  • keyboard_arrow_rightIntroduction
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  • keyboard_arrow_rightIntroduction
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  • keyboard_arrow_rightPivotal Cloud Foundry Account Setup
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