#Spring #Spring Boot #Spring Cloud #Netflix OSS #Eureka #java #Spring Cloud Netflix #Spring Cloud Config

Register Instances Eureka

When developing Spring Boot + Spring Cloud microservices, most often we devs run them locally, also running local instances of Spring Cloud Config Server and Spring Cloud Netflix Eureka to provide essential scaffolding for our microservices-in-development and to more closely replicate our test & production environments. Many times, we simply run a single instance of a microservice under development, which works with nearly no effort on our part: provide a desired port number for the service either via internal properties (usually in the project’s application. ...

#Spring #Spring Boot #Spring Boot Actuator #Spring Cloud #configure #Netflix OSS #Eureka #Config Server #Hystrix #service registry #dashboard #circuit breaker #settings

Un curso intensivo: Como utilizar Spring Cloud Services en PAS

This article is available in English at Getting Started with Spring Cloud Services on Pivotal Application Service. Cuando se trata de crear una arquitectura de microservicios robusta y resistente ubicada en la nube, los componentes de Spring Cloud/Netflix OSS son habilitadores conocidos y respetados. Ciertos modelos y mecanismos se han probado absolutamente esenciales para lograr alta velocidad (en desarollo) y alta disponibilidad (en producción), y Spring Cloud/Netflix OSS tiene unos de los " ...

#instrumentation #integration #PCF #Pivotal Cloud Foundry #Spring Boot #Spring Boot Actuator

Using Spring Boot Actuator integrations with Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.11

I recently wrote a tutorial demonstrating how to leverage the integrations between Spring Boot Actuator and Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.11, posted here in the Pivotal content library: "TUTORIAL: Using Spring Boot Actuator Integrations With Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.11"). Here is a quick summary of the article’s content: Adding Actuator to your Spring Boot application deployed on Pivotal Cloud Foundry gets you the following production-ready features: Health Check column & expanded information in Instances section ...

#Dapper #java #Sleuth #span #Spring #Spring Boot #Spring Cloud #Spring Cloud Sleuth #Spring Framework #trace #tracing #Zipkin

Getting up & running quickly with Spring Cloud Sleuth

As you begin to divide conglomerate functionality into discrete, decoupled microservices, you introduce a number of opportunities and challenges into your system(s). The opportunities are often well-known, including (and especially!) development velocity, fidelity/fit (functionality matches requirements), scalability, and a host of other “ilities”. Challenges also exist of course, including the question of how to gain visibility into end-to-end interactions involving multiple microservices across process and network boundaries. Spring Cloud Sleuth provides a lightweight, configurable, and easy way to begin capturing trace information within your distributed system. ...

#dataformat #endpoint #Jackson #jackson-dataformat-xml #JSON #REST #Spring #Spring Boot #T4SD #Tips 4 Spring Devs #XML

T4SD (Tips 4 Spring Devs): How to get Spring Boot REST endpoints to speak XML

Many of us use JSON almost exclusively now, which is generally a good thing. But what happens when you need to “speak XML” with your Spring Boot REST endpoints? XML support in Spring Boot’s REST endpoints is not enabled by default, but adding it isn’t difficult at all. Simply add the following dependency to your POM (or similar entry to your Gradle build file, if that’s the way you roll) and rebuild: ...

#content type #filtering #GetMapping #java #request header #request header filtering #RequestMapping #Spring #Spring Boot #T4SD #Tips 4 Spring Devs

T4SD (Tips 4 Spring Devs): Request header filtering in @RequestMapping

Just a quick tip for the Spring fans out there…​ I was leading a workshop yesterday and this question arose: Is it possible to filter requests by header content using Spring’s various request mapping (@RequestMapping, @GetMapping, @PostMapping, et al) annotations? Not only is it possible, it’s easy, and the implementation is concise & clean! Let’s take a look.  The code Here is a simple example that filters based upon the content-type of the header: ...