The Bakery Model

Issue #36 | Aug 12, 2016

Articles

Microservices Reference Architecture – with Spring Boot, Spring Cloud and Netflix OSS

Show cases how to use Zuul for API Gateway, Spring OAuth 2.0 as Auth Server, Multiple Resource (Web Services) Servers, Angular Web App, Eureka dor registration and Discover and Hystrix for circuit breaker

Learn Microservices in Java

Microservices patterns to support building systems that are tolerant of failure.

The Uber Engineering Tech Stack, Part 1: The Foundation

Uber Engineering’s Challenges.

Running Spring boot in a docker container

Short tutorial on how to run your Spring Boot application inside of Docker container.

Moving the web from TCP to UDP

The QUIC protocol (Quick UDP Internet Connections) is an entirely new protocol for the web developed on top of UDP instead of TCP.

8 Questions You Need to Ask About Microservices, Containers & Docker in 2015

These are the 8 questions I think every organization needs to be investigating in relation to containers before making any kind of decision: Storage, Failover, Delivery model, Release strategy, Ownership, Patching, Support and Licensing.

The Bakery model for building container images and microservices

The bakery model is potentially a very important entity in the infrastructure for microservices. Bakery can allow service teams to become more independent and deliver on the promise of microservices.

Microservices: Pros and Cons of Mono Repos

When putting a system together, you need to decide whether you're going to keep the code in one repository or split it across multiple repos. Here's some insight.

The Hardest Part About Microservices: Your Data

Microservices only work if we shed our dependencies — having multiple processes sitting on a single database is not microservices.

Billions of Messages a Day - Yelp's Real-time Data Pipeline

This is the first post in a series covering Yelp's real-time streaming data infrastructure.

Video

Armagan Amcalar - Node.js Microservices with Docker Cloud

In this talk, Armagan will demo building and scaling Node.js microservices applications with Docker Cloud, using an open-source Node.js library called cote.

Martin Fowler - YOW! Nights March 2016 Microservices

Martin Fowler shares his views on microservices.

Tim Perry - Microservice Pipeline Architecture

This talk will describe how to simulate and visualize large scale microservices deployments in a few seconds.

Adrian Cockroft - The Evolution of Microservices

Interview

Interview with Simon Maple, Head of Developer Advocacy at ZeroTurnaround