Hello everyone, Today we will see, Enterprise application development and microservices.
Introduction to microservices by putting the pieces together
Once you’ve deployed a microservices web application to Kubernetes, you can expect it to look something like this:
A utilizer accesses the web application through an Ingress load-balancer provided by Kubernetes. It gets routed to the web application served by Node.js, which uses two other microservices on the back end, a Java authentication service and a Python image processing service.
This is just one example of how a microservice-based web application might look within a Kubernetes cluster.
Microservices is an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of services that are,
Easier to Build and Maintain Apps
- Spring Boot – This framework works on top of various languages for Aspect-Oriented programming, Inversion of Control, and others
- Dropwizard – This Java microservices framework assembles stable and mature libraries of Java into a simple and light-weight package
- Spark – One of the best Java Microservices frameworks supports creating web apps in Java 8 and Kotlin with less effort
- Flask – Most popular Python Microframework based on Jinja2 and Werkzeug
- CherryPy – Mature, Python object-oriented web framework
- Go Kit