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Java Spring Boot 3 Training in Hyderabad

Java Spring Boot 3 in Hydеrabad through Vеrsion IT is a stratеgic decision to еnhancе your skills and makе a lasting impact in thе compеtitivе markеt. Our comprеhеnsivе training program is mеticulously craftеd to not only covеr thе еssеntial aspеcts of Java Spring Boot 3 but also to immеrsе you in practical, real-world scеnarios. 

15 Modules

with Certifications


After Completion



Objectives of Java Spring Boot3

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Topics You will Learn

  • Types of software architectures
  • SOA and Monolith Architecture
  • Why Microservices
  • Detailed MicroService Architecture
    – App Layer
    – Business Layer
  • Enteprise Layer
    – Infra Layer
  • Need of Spring Boot
  • Difference between Spring & Spring Boot
  • Advantages with Micro Services
  • Normal Spring Manual Approach
  • Maven Overview
  • Spring Initializer
  • STS
  • Eclipse with STS Plugin
  • Understanding the Spring Boot auto configuration
  • H2
  • Derby
  • HSQL
  • Redis Cache
  • PostMan or Swagger
  • Overview
  • MySql
  • PostGresSQL
  • Crud Repository
  • JPA Query Concepts
  • NamedQueries
  • QueryAnnotation
  • AsyncResults
  • Pagination and Sorting
  • Production Monitorin
  • Health Check Concepts
  • Security Measurements
  • Logging Leve
  • Patterns Changes
  • Rolling Logs
  • Introduction
  • Multiple Properties
  • YML File
  • Command Line
  • Runner Example
  • Real time scenarios of components
  • Introduction
  • @Conditional Flow
  • Customize conditional annotations
  • Spring Boot built in conditional annotations
  • Introduction
  • Example on Web Application
  • Validations on Web Applications
  • Internalization i18n Concepts
  • Using Spring Web MVC
  • Using Spring Restful
  • Need of embedded servers & customization 
  • Basics
  • Basic Authentication
  • Form Based Authentication
  • Authorization
  • Role Based Access Control
  • Attribute Based Access Control
  • LDAP Based
  • SSL Security
  • TLS Security
  • Spring JDBC
  • Database to CSV
  • Spring Batch
  • Flyway Database Migration
  • Liquid Database Migration
  • Flyway vs Liquid
  • Hikari Connection Pool
  • Spring Boot AOP
  • Spring Boot Cache
  • Guava Cache integration
  • Caffenine Cache
  • EH Cache
  • MultiResourceItemReader
  • Spring MVC vs JAX-RS
  • SprinBoot with Jersey
  • Junit Integration
  • Rest Integration Test Cases
  • Micro Services Introduction
  • Principle and Characteristics
  • Use cases and Benefits
  • Challenges
  • Design standards
  • Micro Services Communication
    – Synchronous
    – Asynchronous
  • Pitfalls
  • Micro Services per JVM?
  • Micro Services share the data stores?
  • Micro Services Transaction boundaries
  • User Interfaces integration with Micro Services
  • Challenges in Micro Services implementation
  • Introduction
  • Cloud Architecture
  • Cloud application benefits
  • Introduction
  • Setup version control repository
  • Integration with repository
  • Introduction
  • Eureka Server & Eureka Client
  • Feign Client
  • Ribbon
  • Circuit Breaker Pattern
  • Hystrics Concepts, Hystrix Dashboard
  • Introduction to ZUUL
  • Design standards
  • Integration
  • Apache KAFKA
  • RabbitMQ
  • JMS
  • Client Types
  • Protocol End Points
  • Grant Types
  • Implantation with Token Based
  • JWT Tokens
  • Introduction
  • Integration
  • Pivotal Cloud Foundry Account Setup
  • Hosting to Pivotal
  • AWS Account Setup
  • Hosting to AWS
  • Enabling cloud features like load balancing, security

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Still Having Doubts?

Although Spring Security offers you a highly versatile framework to meet your authentication and authorization needs, it does not address all the other factors that are important to take into account when developing a safe application. It is important for you to be aware of the many types of attacks that might target web applications, ideally before you begin development, so you can plan and write code that takes their vulnerabilities into consideration from the outset.

Assume for the moment that you are using Spring to construct an enterprise application. Authentication, web request security, service layer security (i.e., your methods that implement business logic), and domain object instance security (i.e., various domain objects have varying permissions) are the four security concerns you usually need to manage.

JDK 1.5 is a minimum need for Spring Security 3.0 and 3.1, and Spring 3.0.3 is also required. To avoid issues, you should ideally be utilising the most recent release versions.

Spring Security 2.0.x is developed against Spring 2.0.x and requires at least JDK 1.4. Additionally, it ought to work with apps that use Spring 2.5.x.

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