Evolving technologies impact the way that we build software applications. Tech giants like Netflix, Google and Amazon have all made the switch successfully from a monolithic architecture to Microservices – but is this the best way for you to develop and deploy your next project? See more in this infographic.
In microservices architecture, microservices can communicate with each other in several different ways. In this article, we will discuss asynchronous communication with Apache Kafka.
In the previous article we discussed the Gateway Service, an entry point into our Microservice system. In this last part of the journey, we discuss implementing our Registry Service to make service registration automatic.
In the previous article we discussed the Configuration service and implementation of our basic project layout. In this part, we’re going to discuss the Getaway, a service that acts as an entry point into our microservice system.
In the previous article we discussed the advantages of Microservice Architecture. In this instalment, we will talk more about the initial process to migrate our monolithic app into microservices by creating a non-functional service called the Configuration Service. Find out more in this article.
Microservices is an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of services. One of the benefits of using Microservices is that it is highly maintainable and testable. This article gives a brief overview of Microservices Architecture, how it works, and its benefits.