Microservices are here, everything is an API. As you introduce new services, however, you create integration problems. Services can be shaky, they can disappear and – since they're often exposed over HTTP – they require more footwork than in-process method invocations.
In this talk, we'll see how how to make, connect, and consume microservices using Spring Boot and Spring Cloud and a set of other powerful open-source tools and frameworks in order to build fault-tolerant and scalable services.
The Spring Developer Advocate. The author of several books and publications on the Spring framework and the cloud. Have spoken and/or keynoted on four different continents in numerous countries and even more cities on open source, application development, and — particularly — the Spring framework. Work at SpringSource as the Spring Developer Advocate do, or have, contributed to many open source projects including Spring Integration, Spring Batch, the Activiti BPMN2 workflow engine, and many more.