Learn how to build resilient microservices using the top microservice patterns and implement them with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud.
We learn best by coding.
At the end of the guide, you will have implemented the top resilience patterns using Spring Boot and Spring Cloud and are confident to choose the right ones for your projects.
The guide is not for you if you have never developed in Java or your most advanced application is Hello World. You also must have knowledge about Spring Boot and at least have built some microservices for training. If you are new to Spring Boot, check out the first pocket guide Spring Boot: How To Get Started and Build a Microservice.
We will write a simple client web application for our microservice and improve both with each step to handle load balancing, failovers, service discovery and more.
We use Spring Boot 2 with Milestone 2 and also the Milestones of Spring Cloud.
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