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@callistaent blog part 5/5: Dockerize your #Microservices http://buff.ly/1GaWHsm #java #springboot Spring Cloud OSS #docker
Building Microservices, part 4. Dockerize your Microservices. 08 June 2015 // Magnus Larsson. If you tried out the earlier blog posts in our blog series regarding building microservices I guess you are tired of starting the microservices manually at the command prompt?
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@callistaent blog part 3/5: Building microservices with Spring Cloud OSS and #NetflixOSS http://buff.ly/1J8Ycxk #java #springboot #hystrix
Building microservices with Spring Cloud and Netflix OSS, part 2. 15 April 2015 // Magnus Larsson. In Part 1 we used core components in Spring Cloud and Netflix OSS, i.e. Eureka, Ribbon and Zuul, to partially implement our operations model, enabling separately deployed microservices to ...
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@callistaent on Spring Cloud OSS, part 1/5: An operations model for #Microservices http://buff.ly/1BBxsmH #netflixoss
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RT Daniel Bryant: Emergent features of microservices that are supported by Spring Boot/Cloud... Dave Syer at #DevoxxUK http://buff.ly/1G86AXK
“Emergent features of microservices that are supported by Spring Boot/Cloud... @david_syer at #DevoxxUK”
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@callistaent blog part 4/5: Secure #API's with #OAuth2 http://buff.ly/1CirwcQ #java #springboot Spring Cloud OSS
Building microservices, part 3. Secure API's with OAuth 2.0. 27 April 2015 // Magnus Larsson. In this blog post we will create a secure API for external access, using OAuth 2.0, to the microservices we created in Part 1 and Part 2. For information about OAuth 2.0 either see introductory material ...
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@callistaent blog part 2/5: Building microservices with Spring Cloud OSS and #NetflixOSS http://buff.ly/1H42KVj #java #springboot
Building microservices with Spring Cloud and Netflix OSS, part 1. 10 April 2015 // Magnus Larsson. In the previous blog post we defined an operations model for usage of microservices. In this blog post we will start to look at how we can implement the model using Spring Cloud and Netflix OSS.
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RT Chris Richardson: An Oakland Java SIG video: Building "Bootiful" Microservices with Spring Cloud by Josh Long (龙之春) http://buff.ly/1K0Wv3v
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