Tag Archives: Lagom Architecture

Lagom: Consuming a service part-2


So here’s the situation: We are using Lagom framework to develop our micro-services and we need to consume data from other services. What should we do? Well, it’s not going to be a problem for us. Lagom provides very easy … Continue reading

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Let’s dive deep into Apache Ignite


Let’s first have some basic understanding of Apache Ignite and then we will look more into its life cycle with the help of a demo application. Apache Ignite is an in-memory computing platform that is durable strongly consistent and highly … Continue reading

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Unit Testing vs. Component Testing in Lagom


Let’s first understand the basic difference between unit testing and component testing and then we will have a look at a practical application of unmanaged service in lagom with its test cases. Difference between Unit Testing and Component Testing Unit … Continue reading

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Automatic Deployment Of Lagom Service On ConductR On DCOS


In our previous blog we have seen how to deploy the lagom service on conductr – https://blog.knoldus.com/2017/05/25/deploying-the-lagom-service-on-conductr/ In this blog we will create script to deploy your Lagom service on conduct present or running on top of DCOS. There are … Continue reading

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Lagom: Let’s Create Micro Services Application


In previous post we introduced you all with our new hero Micro Services but now let’s create our first application. Light Bend Inc. created Lagom framework for creating reactive micro services. Its really easy to build micro services applications using … Continue reading

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Lagom Framework: The Legacy WordCount Example


What is Lagom? Lagom is an open source micro-service framework, built with Akka message-driven runtime and Play web framework and finally light bend service orchestration. Mixing all these technologies abstracts away the complexities of building, running, and managing microservice architectures. … Continue reading

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