Forward calls with Zuul

This is the first article from a series about a very interesting framework developed by Netflix, named Zuul that can be used in many ways. This post presents how this framework can be used to dynamically route calls from one endpoint to another, according to a predefined list of rules. As always, we offer the […]

Pros and Cons of Spring Cloud AWS

Over the past few years, Spring has become the de facto J2EE framework. For most of the Java developers it could be difficult to plan a new project without using Spring framework. A while ago, we started a series of articles about how to start building a microservice using Spring Boot and what else should […]

Make your “Hello World” service production ready

Starting from the prototype presented in a the previous post, you enhanced it with all the business logic your service requires, you tested it and now it is ready to reach production in order to serve requests. If you have reached that point, you probably wonder what else to do before deploying it. There are […]