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Maven polyglot : replacing pom.xml with scala or groovy build script

Goal of this example This example demonstrates how to create a Maven project that uses build script written in Groovy, Scala or Clojure instead of pom.xml. This is possible by using Maven Polyglot that is an official extension of Maven

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Maven polyglot : replacing pom.xml with scala or groovy build script

Goal of this example This example demonstrates how to create a Maven project that uses build script written in Groovy, Scala or Clojure instead of pom.xml. This is possible by using Maven Polyglot that is an official extension of Maven

aws-beanstalk-spring

Spring Boot AWS Elastic Beanstalk example

Goal of this example This example demonstrates how to deploy a Spring boot based application to Amazon Web Services (AWS) using Elastic Beanstalk. The topics covered are : Deploying the official way using CLI Deploying using the unofficial maven plugin

aws-beanstalk-spring

Spring Boot AWS Elastic Beanstalk example

Goal of this example This example demonstrates how to deploy a Spring boot based application to Amazon Web Services (AWS) using Elastic Beanstalk. The topics covered are : Deploying the official way using CLI Deploying using the unofficial maven plugin

heroku-spring

Spring Boot heroku example

Goal of this example This example demonstrates the deployment options of Spring boot applications to heroku. The topics covered are : Deploy using Heroku CLI Deploy using Heroku maven plugin Deploying jar file without uploading the source code Spring boot configuration

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Spring Boot heroku example

Goal of this example This example demonstrates the deployment options of Spring boot applications to heroku. The topics covered are : Deploy using Heroku CLI Deploy using Heroku maven plugin Deploying jar file without uploading the source code Spring boot configuration

zuul-api-gateway

Spring Cloud Zuul example

Goal of this example This example demonstrates the main features of the Zuul API gateway integrated into spring cloud : Service auto registration via eureka Service registration by address Service registration by service ID Filters (logging, authentication) Serving static content

zuul-api-gateway

Spring Cloud Zuul example

Goal of this example This example demonstrates the main features of the Zuul API gateway integrated into spring cloud : Service auto registration via eureka Service registration by address Service registration by service ID Filters (logging, authentication) Serving static content

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Spring cloud hystrix example

Goal of this example This example shows how to implement the following microservice patterns and techniques using Hystrix: Circuit breaker Request collapser Fallback Monitoring / dashboard Caching Technology Used Spring boot 1.3.5.RELEASE Eureka Hystrix Download example project from GitHub, working code tells

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Spring cloud hystrix example

Goal of this example This example shows how to implement the following microservice patterns and techniques using Hystrix: Circuit breaker Request collapser Fallback Monitoring / dashboard Caching Technology Used Spring boot 1.3.5.RELEASE Eureka Hystrix Download example project from GitHub, working code tells

spring-eureka

Spring cloud, Eureka, Ribbon, Feign example

Goal of this example This example explains one of the most important microservice pattern, the service registry. As a related topic we will cover the topics of client side load balancing and declarative rest clients. Technology Used Spring boot 1.3.5.RELEASE

spring-eureka

Spring cloud, Eureka, Ribbon, Feign example

Goal of this example This example explains one of the most important microservice pattern, the service registry. As a related topic we will cover the topics of client side load balancing and declarative rest clients. Technology Used Spring boot 1.3.5.RELEASE

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Spring-boot Docker example

Goal of this example This example shows how to create a “microservice ecosystem” from multiple dockerized spring boot applications that see each other, but only one of them is accessible outside of docker. This is a common approach in a microservice

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Spring-boot Docker example

Goal of this example This example shows how to create a “microservice ecosystem” from multiple dockerized spring boot applications that see each other, but only one of them is accessible outside of docker. This is a common approach in a microservice