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January 18., 2017 - #64

The Microservice Weekly

Building JavaScript Microservices with SenecaJS and Compose

Database-backed microservices are powerful. This article shows how to use SenecaJS, NodeJS and Compose databases to create a virtual product catalog using them.
JOHN O'CONNOR

Microservices with Spring Boot

Microservices allow loose coupling between application processes instead of loose coupling between application components as Spring does. This tutorial discusses creating microservices with spring.
DINESH RAJPUT

Containers and microservices and Node.js! Oh, my!

Learn microservices, Node.js, and containers by example using the provided application. This post walks through an example application that is split out into Node.js microservices running in Docker containers.
WYATT PREUL

Real-time Smart City Traffic Monitoring Using Microservices-based Streaming Architecture

This series presents an approach based on the best practices of modern architecture, microservices, and Kafka-style stream messaging, with an up-to-date open source business rule engine. The second part gets more concrete and walks us through a working example using the system.
MATHIEU DUMOULIN

Let's talk deployment in enabling DevOps in a microservices architecture

The third part of this series discusses how IBM manages deployment and configuration of microservices on runtime environments.
NICK MAYNARD

Making microservices more resilient with circuit breaking

One of the inevitabilities of moving to a microservices architecture is that you’ll start to encounter partial failures—failures of one or more instances of a service. This post shows how circuit breaking can be used to mitigate this type of failure, and gives some example circuit breaking strategies and show how they affect success rate.
KEVIN LINGERFELT

In brief

Got microservices? You'd better secure them

ROGER A. GRIMES

Diving into Microservices

YOLANDE POIRIER

Why you should standardize your microservices

MAC SLOCUM

Operating a High Velocity Large Organization with Spring Cloud Microservices

NORIAKI TATSUMI
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