Cloudstate (Part 5): How to work with it? - In our previous blog post, Cloudstate (Part 4): A Bird’s Eye view of its Design, we had a look at bird’s eye view of Cloudstate‘s design.
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In our previous blog post, Cloudstate (Part 4): A Bird’s Eye view of its Design, we had a look at bird’s eye view of Cloudstate‘s design. To continue the streak, we are going to learn, how to work with Cloudstate in this blog.
To work with Cloudstate the first step we need to take is, decide the programming language of our choice. Cloudstate makes it very easy for us to do that. Because it uses gRPC, which is not tied to any programming language, for communication between services. This allows Cloudstate to have connectors for a wide range of programming languages. Like:
Don’t worry, if you don’t see your preferable language in the above list, just let the Cloudstate community know, it may already be in the works!
The next step of working with Cloudtstate is to focus on the business logic. Yes, you read it correctly. You don’t have to take care of the nitty-gritty details anymore. You just need to provide a Kubernetes environment and run your Cloudstate services on it. However, if you don’t have one, then one can be found here Cloudstate service.
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