This article discusses some of the key performance challenges which can impact the performance of microservices-based systems.
Here's a neat look at the Netflix stack, and using Spring Boot. This overview probes Netflix-created libraries, and incorporating them into Spring apps.
Nice series of articles about Microservices by Peter Lawrey known for vanillajava blog.
As microservices makes its way into the enterprise, what does it take for an organization to move from the whiteboard to the real world?
Author discuss when you should consider implementing Microservice Oriented Architecture.
This articles explains why Event driven architectures might be good fit for microservices.
Automating, visualizing, and coordinating changes to a complex network of interdependent services is the major challenge of delivering microservices applications. Typically, that means embracing a delivery model that is designed to handle dependencies.
What are microservices and why do they matter?
Should I use RxJava? Yes, Definitively. RxJava has zero dependencies, it's less than 1mb and its Non-opinionated about the source of concurrency (threads, pools, event loops, fibers, actors, etc).
This post delves into the extra challenges you face when attempting to run and orchestrate MongoDB in containers and illustrates how these challenges can be overcome.
This is the first of a few entries Spring Cloud Series covers on asimio blog. Learn how to develop Microservices using Spring Boot, Jersey, Swagger and Docker.
How to plan a successful microservices architecture on Docker.
In this webcast, Pivotal’s Matt Stine and Apigee’s Alan Ho discussed: Real-world examples of microservices best practices, Anti-patterns and traps for microservices, Recommendations on tools & technology to help with microservices implementations.
This talk walks you through many of the failure modes you'll see in production, and provides practical advice for dealing with them. You won't be able to eradicate failure, but you can survive it!
The Gestalt Framework’s infrastructure layer is used to host the gestalt integration services as well as client applications. The infrastructure layer is designed to make everything that runs inside it scalable and resilient.