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Deploying Microservices with Spring Cloud Netflix on Nirmata (Part 2)

This is a republished post from the original work by Deen Aariff. Welcome back to this series of tutorials about how to deploy the Pet-Clinic Application on Nirmata! In Part 1, we managed to get the Pet-Clinic application running on our local machines. After that, we created a repository for each of our Docker Containers…

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Service discovery and dynamic request routing with Nirmata

As microservices style architectures are becoming more common, new architectural patterns are emerging. Microservices style applications are highly distributed and dynamic, and a key architectural constraint for microservices applications is elasticity i.e. A microservice must be able to scale, up or down, independently of other services in the same application [1]. As a microservice scales…

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Microservices: Five Architectural Constraints

Microservices is a new software architecture and delivery paradigm, where applications are composed of several small runtime services. The current mainstream approach for software delivery is to build, integrate, and test entire applications as a monolith. This approach requires any software change, however small, to require a full test cycle of the entire application. With…

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Getting Started with Microservices Using Netflix OSS & Docker

Background We started Nirmata to help businesses innovate faster by enabling the continuous delivery of software. We have been inspired by web and internet pioneers like Google, Amazon, Netflix and others. Our mission is to bring the agility achieved by these companies to all enterprises through the use of a comprehensive and fully integrated solution….

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