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Microservices (Part 4) – Circuit Breaker and Log Tracing

Prerequisite : Read  Part 1 ( Introduction ) Read  Part 2  Read  Part 3 Friends , Let us recall our reference architecture ( Micro services generic reference architecture ) and  also the Eureka Server and Demo Service and Consumer service created in  (Part2) Let us also recall our Gateway Zuul created in Part 3  Recap

Microservices (Part 3) – Gateway to Consumer Service

Prerequisite : Read  Part 1 ( Introduction ) Read  Part 2  Friends , Let us recall our reference architecture ( Micro services generic reference architecture ) and  also the Eureka Server and Demo Service and Consumer service created in  (Part2)   Recap : Our Solution till now The solution after Part 2 had the following 

Microservices (Part 2) – Inter Service Communication – Service Registry, discovery and Load Balancing.

Prerequisite : Read ( Micro services generic reference architecture ) Friends , Let us recall our reference architecture ( Micro services generic reference architecture ). We had two services, Service registry , Load-balancer  and gateway. In this blog i will address the following Two Services ( One Consumes the other ) Service Registry   Load-balancer  This

Microservices (Part 1) – Introduction and generic reference architecture

Friends , as part of Ejyle’s knowledge sharing initiative, I will start blogging frequently on technology and architecture .   Here comes the first blog on Microservices, where I will share my thoughts on what   it is and a high level architecture of how we should see it!  What is it? There are many definitions of

The Trip to “Scotland of India” (Coorg)

At Ejyle, each one of us is a member of a happy team with open communication and mutual trust. That has been the key to Ejyle’s success. We also, at times, go out as a team to explore and experience some new places and engage in various team building activities. As part of this built-in