This is the 3rd part of the Developing Microservices with Spring Boot series. After having a configuration service, being able to create microservices that communicate between themselves and registering them on a service registry, we will have a look to how to have an abstraction of the services offered and how to proxy requests to other services. The full code is available on github. […]
As a backend developer, several times I have been in the situation where I create the endpoints that are exposed through a REST Api. From there, a frontend, mobile team, etc… consumes it and then the magic happens. […]
Last Tuesday I went to a meetup at Pivotal about Building Microservices with Spring Cloud. At my current company we are moving towards a Service oriented architecture and I was curious about some of the projects that appeared recently on Spring source.
I have to say this is one of the talks I learnt more in around hour and a half and, as soon as I got home, I was already coding a configuration service provider for some toy app microservices 🙂 […]