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UMET Inc.’s mission to modernize its software infrastructure has been a great success. The e-commerce company now uses Rust microservices that run in lightweight Wasm containers so that they can be deployed anywhere in the cloud. However, as more microservices are created, the overhead for managing them is becoming a problem. Using the Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr) sidecar, a commonly used design pattern, you’ll create a proof of concept (PoC) that demonstrates the pattern’s benefits, including reducing the complexity of connecting multiple microservices and infrastructure services (e.g. databases and web proxies). When you’re finished, you’ll have refactored UMET’s microservices to work with Dapr, reducing the overhead required to manage them.
This liveProject is for developers who are interested in learning how to refactor microservices with Dapr, reducing complexity and management overhead. To begin these liveProjects you’ll need to be familiar with the following:TOOLS
In this liveProject, you’ll learn how to refactor microservices with Dapr, reducing complexity and management overhead.
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