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To support its rapid growth, e-commerce company UMET Inc. relies on lightweight, interdependent, cloud-native microservices written in Rust that can compute sales tax rates and e-commerce order totals. As a developer at UMET, it’s up to you to integrate these microservices with existing order systems. To do that, you’ll need to turn the order total microservice into a database-backed stateful service. You’ll build and test the microservice in Docker and model the application data into relational database records. You’ll connect the microservice application to a MySQL database server, and you’ll use Docker to compose and manage all components of the microservice. When you’re done, you’ll have built an order management microservice in Rust that can read and save data from UMET’s MySQL relational databases and later serve as a template for other UMET microservices.
This liveProject is for developers interested in learning how to create cloud-native microservices that can read and save data from a MySQL database. To begin these liveProjects you’ll need to be familiar with the following:TOOLS
In this liveProject, you’ll learn how to create cloud-native microservices that can read and save data from a MySQL database.
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