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Microservices Security – The Complete Guide

Microservices Security - The Complete Guide Design secure and robust microservices systems using the most up-to-date security best practices
Microservices Security - The Complete Guide Design secure and robust microservices systems using the most up-to-date security best practices

Microservices Security – The Complete Guide

Design secure and robust microservices systems using the most up-to-date security best practices

What you’ll learn

  • The basics of microservices architecture
  • Extensive, practical knowledge about Software Security, from the basics to the advanced
  • Software Security terminology (DDoS, MFA, SQL Injection, and lots more)
  • The Software Architect’s role in Software Security
  • The main security threats every developer and architect should be aware of
  • Unique security challenges in microservices architecture
  • Using logging and monitoring to improve the system’s security


  • Some development knowledge is required, although there won’t be actual coding
  • Familiarity with microservices architecture concepts is recommended but not mandatory
  • No security background is required!


Software Security is one of the most important aspects of Software Architecture these days.

Almost every day you hear about new security incidents which caused data leaks, disruption of service, and often – billions of dollar in damages. In fact – some companies even shut down because of that.

You, as as software architect, have the responsibility to make sure your architecture is as secure as possible.

You simply cannot allow yourself to release a system that is not secure. These days, it’s simply unacceptable.

And with microservices systems – the challenges are even bigger.

Securing microservices architecture is more difficult than regular, monolith systems. There are unique challenges with microservices that should be taken care of, and if you’re designing such an architecture – you have to be well aware of them.

Now, in order to design secure microservices architecture, you must be well versed in all security aspects of software design.

And this is exactly what this course is for.

This course will teach you all you need to know, as an architect, regarding microservices security. When completing the course, you’ll have the necessary knowledge to design secure microservices architecture.

Now, I strongly believe that talking just about secure microservices architecture is not enough. In order to be a really great architect you must have a holistic view of all aspects of software security.

And because of that, this course covers all the bases of software security.

Here is a partial list of what we’ll talk about in this course:

– What is Security?

– Threat Modeling

– The Five Perimeters of software security

– Some common attacks and how to defend from them

– Authentication and Authorization

– Encryption

– Secure Communication

And lots and lots more…

In addition, in this course we’ll cover the basics of microservices architecture, so that you’ll get a pretty good idea about this great architectural pattern, and also discuss the unique challenges of securing microservices architecture.

In this course you’ll also learn the terminology of Software Security, and you’ll encounter terms such as SQL Injection, MFA, MITM and more. Don’t worry – we’ll explain everything, and will make sure you fully understand these terms.

In fact, you don’t have to have any prior knowledge of software security. We’ll start from the very beginning.

After completing this course you’ll have everything you need in order to design a microservices architecture that is as secure as possible.

But that’s not all…

At the end of this course, you’ll be able to download the Secure Microservices Architecture Checklist, a comprehensive checklist that will guide you through the process of designing secure microservices systems, and provides a step-by-step guidance for each step.

Using this checklist will ensure your system is as secure as possible, will make your client happy, and, most important – will make you a better architect.

This course takes you from the absolute basics of Software Security to the most advanced topics, known only to a few. Completing this course will give you all the knowledge required for designing secure systems, and, as a bonus, will put you in a great position when looking for your next job.

No other course covers this topic in such a comprehensive and thorough way. I’ve put all my 20+ years of experience with hundreds of clients in this course, and I’m sure you will greatly benefit from it.


What do my students have to say about my courses?


“well done – The course was very practical” – Sam

“Absolutely what a software architect needs to know about Microservices architecture, great explanation!!” – Saibal

“[The course] given me the confidence to go out to the market and advertise myself as such [an Architect]” – Mathew

Life Changing” – Arivazhagan

And lots more…


Who is this course for?


Any person who is involved in development, even system analysts, can profit from this course.

That includes:

– Junior developers

– Senior developers

– Architects

– Anyone who is interested in software security.

If you’re not sure if this course is for you – drop me a note!


What are the prerequisites for this course?


It’s a good idea to have some basic knowledge about microservices architecture, but it’s not a must.

In any case, you don’t have to have any prior knowledge of software security!


About Me


I’ve been in the software industry for more than 25 years, and a Software Architect for more than 20 years, working with a variety of clients – Fortune 100 enterprises, start-ups, govt. entities, defense, telco, banking, and lots more.

I’m a certified Azure Solution Architect & Security Engineer.

I’m also an avid speaker and trainer, having trained thousands of students in various courses.

I love what I do, and my greatest passion (well, besides my family…) is designing modern, practical, and reliable systems for my clients, using the best possible architecture patterns.

Who this course is for:

  • Software Architects who want to integrate security into their microservices architecture
  • Microservices developers who want to be aware of software security principles
  • Anyone who is interested in software security
  • Last updated 9/2021

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