resilience4j

Resilience4j at a Glance

Reading Time: 4 minutes Resilience4j at a Glance Scope of this article is applications based on microservice architecture. Let me begin with a question, what is most important non-functional requirement from any application? Undoubtedly the answer of this question will be ‘Robustness’. This means applications must behave reasonable with respect to adverse scenarios. Against all adverse scenarios application needs to take either corrective action or redirect to reasonable action Continue Reading

Working with Bulkhead in Resilience4j

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi guys, In this blog, we will discuss a fault tolerance library which is, Resilience4j. So, this library comes into use when we want a system to continue operating properly in the event of the failure of some of its components. Let’s start with a quick introduction to Resilience4j. Introduction Resilience4j is a lightweight and easy-to-use fault tolerance library. It is inspired by Netflix Hystrix Continue Reading

Resilience4j Retry with SpringBoot

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi guys, I hope you are doing good. In this blog, we will be talking about one of the core modules of resilience4j: Retry. If you are not familiar with the resilience4j library then you can refer my last blog Bulkhead with Resilience4j. It would be a 2 minutes read. What is Retry in API calls? We use the Retry mechanism to make out the micro-services Continue Reading

Bulkhead with Resilience4j

Reading Time: 3 minutes Resilience4j is a lightweight fault tolerance library, inspired by netflix Hystrix. It is kind of replacement of Hystrix because Hystrix is not in active development, instead in maintenance mode. It means they won’t review issue, merge pull requests and release new versions.