This is the second installment of the Asimio Tech Java Newsletter. It has been a while but this is a very interesting selection of posts and podcasts to share.
Enjoy reading them …
JAVA, SPRING, DOCKER
My blog post about Microservices Registration and Discovery using Spring Cloud, Eureka, Ribbon and Feign:
Services registration and discovery using Spring Cloud Netflix Eureka Server and client-side load-balancing using Ribbon and Feign [tech.asimio.net]
JAXenter has reposted my blog post about Integration Testing using Spring Boot, Postgres and Docker:
Integration testing using Spring Boot, Postgres and Docker [jaxenter.com]
A nice mini-series about RxJava:
RxJava - Part 1 - A Quick Introduction [praveer09.github.io]
RxJava - Part 2 - Creating an Observable [praveer09.github.io]
RxJava - Part 3 - Multithreading [praveer09.github.io]
A write-up about how to use Hystrix to accomplish Microservices resiliency:
Resiliency in Microservices [blizzardcomputing.com/blog/]
This is a course I have taken and highly recommend if you are starting or would like to learn about developing Microservices using Spring Cloud.
This course is Udemy’s Bestselling in Spring Boot.
WEBINARS & PRESENTATIONS
A presentation about the challenges Dish faced when converting legacy services to cloud native applications:
Modernizing the Legacy - How Dish is Adapting Its SOA Services for a Cloud First Future [infoq.com]
A podcast about Netflix’s cloud native scheduling system built on top of Apache Mesos:
Netflix Scheduling with Sharma Podila [softwareengineeringdaily.com]
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