The Microservice architectural approach is more than just about technology. It reaches into the foundation of your organization to allow you to build truly scalable, adaptive, complex systems that help a business adapt to rapidly changing competitive markets.
Using a hands-on approach to three useful Java frameworks for building Microservices: Spring Boot, Dropwizard, and WildFly Swarm you can compare and contrast them through a handful of familiar patterns, including:
- Exposing a service
- Configuration at runtime
- Exposing metrics/insight
- Calling downstream services in a safe manner
Explore concepts like immutable delivery and how Linux Containers and Kubernetes can be used to deploy and manage Microservices.
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