Month: July 2017

Microservices platform with Spring Cloud – part 4

So far in the series, we have pretty good distributes system up and running. We’ve seen how to set up basic infrastructure, how to perform reliable communication between services, and how to expose services to the outside world. We used pretty simple examples, but they represent the principle that would be use in real world …

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Microservices platform with Spring Cloud – part 3

Today we continue with our work on creating¬† microservices platform based on Spring Cloud.¬† In the previous post, we’ve seen how to achieve reliable communication between service. Now, we’re taking our system one step further, and we’ll see how we can allow outside world to access our services. Normally, microservices are deployed on some kind …

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Microservices platform with Spring Cloud – part 2

In the previous post, we managed to set up simple microservices infrastructure, and create two simple services. In this post, we will see how microservices can call each others to perform some useful tasks. What is the problem? Microservices system is a highly volatile environment. Services run on different machines on the network, and they …

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