Tag Archives: Microservices

“Why do you always choose Microservices over me?” said the Monolithic architecture

Ever wondered why do companies like Apple, eBay and Netflix care so much about microservices? What makes this simple architecture so special that it is being hyped so much? Is it worth the pain and efforts to shift an entire … Continue reading

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APIGEE-EDGE: Playing With The Policies(Part1).

  Hi all, In one of my previous blogs, I discussed Apigee, what it is and why is it required? We also discussed the various features and benefits of having Apigee. We saw how to deploy a proxy through the … Continue reading

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Challenges to Monitoring a Fast Data Application

In the present landscape, the buzzword is “Fast Data” and it is nothing but data that is not at rest. And since the data is not a rest, the traditional techniques of working on the data that is rest are … Continue reading

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Lagom and Immutability

What is Lagom? Lagom is not in disguise anymore. Everyone who’s following on micro-service architecture knows about Lagom framework. Lagom is an open source framework built with the shifting from monoliths to micro-services-driven application architecture in mind. It abstracts the … Continue reading

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Let’s Consume a Micro-service

Micro-services architecture is being widely adopted and guess what, Lagom is the most efficient way to achieve it.  While creating micro-services, we usually need to interact with other micro-services and consume their data. So the idea behind this blog is … Continue reading

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Lagom: Getting to Know

JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT Lagom- [lah-gome], a swedish word meaning ‘Sufficient’ or ‘Just the right amount’. The meaning of the name ‘Microservice’ is misunderstood by a majority of people. Taking it litrelly Micro = very small i.e. very small service is not … Continue reading

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Integrating Play app with Lagom application

What is Lagom? Simply put, it is a microservices tool. Lagom is a microservices framework that guides developers in moving from monolithic to a scalable, resilient microservice based systems. It is a platform delivering you not only the microservice framework … Continue reading

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Lightbend Monitoring: Lagom

Lightbend Monitoring provides insight into applications built with Lightbend technologies. It does so by instrumentation of frameworks like Akka and Lagom. The instrumentation is done by a Java agent (called Cinnamon) that runs when your application is starting up. It … Continue reading

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Building Microservices Based Enterprise Applications in Java Using Lagom – Part I

As we know, now days, most of the enterprise applications design as a “Microservices Architecture” because of scalability, sharding, loosely-coupling and many others reasons are there. On the other hand  JavaEE help us for building an Enterprise Applications. As we … Continue reading

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Play 2.4.X : Microservice Architecture using Play and Scala

Playing-Microservices This blog describes a basic Microservice architecture design using Play 2.4.X and Scala. The big idea behind microservices is to architect large, complex and long-lived applications as a set of cohesive services that evolve over time. The term microservices … Continue reading

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