I have been working on a series of microservices that simulate a used car intake platform and as of now, I have managed to avoid Spring. Spring is a great framework when you need one of everything, but sometimes you just need a simple service and don’t want a 20–30 second start-up time.
Our original Kubernetes tool list was so popular that we've curated another great list of tools to help you improve your functionality with the platform.
For Java developers unfamiliar with Kubernetes, performing this fun project using Kubernetes, Minikube, and Docker should get you started with a minion army.
Learn how to use Spring Boot and JHipster With Reactive Java Microservices. Create a reactive microservices architecture with Spring Boot, Spring Cloud Gateway, Spring Cloud Config, Spring WebFlux, Java, and JHipster.
You will learn how to deploy a Java 11 Spring Boot application on a Kubernetes cluster and how to build and deploy a spring boot application on kubernetes us...
In the Java world, Spring provides several tools and frameworks to develop microservices, like Spring Boot and Spring Cloud, and in this article, I’ll share a few good courses you can use to learn how to develop microservices using the Spring framework.