Issue #68 | Jun 22, 2017


Java EE Application servers are not suitable to host microservices

Due to low footprint, fast startup and low runtime overhead, deploying multiple WARs into one application server instance running on a single JVM does not save a considerable amount of resources unless you have to deal with Netflix-like scale.

5 Protocols For Event-Driven API Architectures

Event-driven architectures are very, very popular, and lead to improved power, bandwidth, and co-processing than other solutions and architectures such as polling and other poll-centric derivatives.

Cluster Federation and Global Load Balancing on Kubernetes

Using Kubernetes to deploy and manage microservices around the world using Kubernetes.

GCR.io Tips & Tricks

Tips and tricks about Google Cloud Platform’s private Docker image registry offering.

Easily Secure Your Spring Boot Applications With Keycloak

If you're looking for a great way to secure your Spring Boot and Java EE applications, read on to learn how to use Keycloak, an open-source server.

Architecting Serverless Notifications on AWS

Real-time notification plays an important role in use cases like you need to notify the users when there is an update available for the application.

Distributed Tracing with Zipkin, Stackdriver Trace in Kubernetes

This article talks about how Zipkin proxy can be used with Kubernetes to send trace information.

Microservice ecosystem with Docker, Spring Cloud and Spring Boot

This example shows how to create a "microservice ecosystem" from dockerized spring boot applications.

Scaling engineering efforts in software

Organizational benefits of microservices

What Are Microservices, Actually?

What do microservices really mean? How do they differ from previous development architectures?

Getting Started With Kubernetes 1.4

Here's a look at containerized microservices using Kubernetes to host a Java Spring Boot application.


Blockchain: The Slowest(and most Fascinating) Database in the World

How we scaled Redmart


Node.js monitoring, alerting & reliabilty 101

A detailed guide for building and monitoring reliable node.js applications


Learn microservices


Java microservices at scale today and tomorrow

Kubernetes components