We covered how to set up and run Spring Boot using the Eclipse IDE and CLI in a previous presentation. Let me show you how to construct Microservices Applications for Top Sports Brands using Spring Boot and Netflix Eureka Server in this Spring Boot Microservices post.
Here XcelTec will explain the issues with Microservices Architecture before starting building the app. Spring Boot enables building production-ready applications quickly and provides non-functional features like;
Embedded servers which are easy to deploy with the containers
It helps in monitoring the multiples components
It helps in configuring the components externally
Challenges With Microservice Architecture
While it may appear that creating a number of smaller microservices is simple, microservice architectures have a number of intrinsic complications. Let’s have a look at some of the issues;
Automating the Components
Because there are a lot of little components instead of a monolith, it’s tough to automate everything. For example, builds, deployment, monitoring, and so on.
Because there are so many little components to install and maintain, it can be difficult to keep track of and discover faults. It necessitates a high level of perceptibility around all of the components.
It’s critical to keep track of component settings across several environments.