Issue #29 | Jun 10, 2016
This post is looking at a heritage system and seeing how it can be converted to a microservices framework in an evolutionary manner. No total rewrite, just a phrased migration ending with a system that is close to a classic pro-forma microservice system.
Spring Boot and Spring Cloud co-founder (the good) Dr. Dave Syer just put published the first post in a series on the reactive programming landscape
Learn how MongoDB enables microservices in our second part of the tutorial series.
Are you new to microservices? Don’t miss this look at the fundamentals of microservices-based applications.
Blog post with short example on how to implement Microservices with python, rabitMQ and Nameko.
Discussion about approaches for managing the additional testing complexity of multiple independently deployable components as well as how to have tests and the application remain correct despite having multiple teams each acting as guardians for different services.
If you want to understand how to build world-scale web services, understanding the principal Hadoop components is a good place to start.
What are containers and microservices? What are they not? These are questions that Lars Herrmann, general manager of Integrated Solutions Business Unit at Red Hat, answered recently for The VAR Guy in comments about popular container misconceptions and myths.
Simple microservice example on how easy it is to get started with Traefik.
This talk will look at the implications of mixing toolsets from the stream processing world into real-time business applications.
This session will cover the fundamentals, patterns, techniques and pitfalls of Event-driven Microservices with several demos leveraging Spring Boot, Apache Camel and ActiveMQ.
A retrospective on removing our dependency on Wombat at Casper. We’ll also discuss various ways in which you can simplify your complex, monolithic Rails application by building small, independent applications that communicate with each other over AMQP with RabbitMQ.
Part 1: Microservices, Monoliths, SOA and How We Got Here.
In Part 2 of Enterprise Architects video series, Lightbend CTO and Akka creator Jonas Bonér shares the 6 characteristics of Reactive Microservices that matter for having responsive, elastic, resilient systems.
In Part 3, Lightbend CTO and Akka creator Jonas Bonér continues from the six characteristics of Reactive Microservices presented earlier with a simple premise (in the spirit of Carl Hewitt): one microservices is no microservice–they come in systems.
Minke generator to create a REST API microservice with Golang.
I T.A.K.E. Uncoference 2016; Bucharest, Romania; 19 May 2016.
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