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September 12, 2018 - #149

The Microservice Weekly

Meet Helidon, a new open source Java microservices framework

Meet Project Helidon, a set of Java libraries for writing microservices. This new project from Oracle currently supports two programming models: Helidon MP and SE. Let’s have a closer look at it!
GABRIELA MOTROC

RabbitMQ in Microservices

Learn how to use the RabbitMQ message broker to enable communication between your distributed systems, promoting loosely-coupled microservices.
AKASH BHINGOLE

Microservices and Serverless on Azure

See how Azure is diving into the serverless world with open-source software like Azure Container Instances, Service Fabric Mesh, and Azure Functions.
BORIS SCHOLL

Wiring Communication Between Microservices

In this article, you'll read about some common communication means within microservices, and a brief description of a project where the RPC communication method was the right fit.
MELVIN KOH

Microservices API Gateways — Ocelot for .NET Core + Video

There’s quite a few API Gateways that can be used to manage your REST APIs. This article focuses on Ocelot, an open-source .NET Core API Gateway that is used by Tencent.
ARUP MARWADI

Data consistency in microservices architecture

We risk inconsistent data if one of the distributed process participants fails. To avoid that, this article teaches you some techniques for how to make data between microservices consistent.
GRYGORIY GONCHAR

F# Microservice Patterns @ Jet.com

This post elaborates on the details of how they build, design and scale microservices on their Order Management System (OMS) at Jet.
JAMES NOVINO

In brief

To be a microservice: How smaller parts of bigger applications could remake IT

SCOTT FULTON III

Looking into the use and benefits of Microservices

ROBERTO FERNÁNDEZ





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