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Spring Boot Microservices , Docker and Kubernetes workshop – part3

In the previous posts we build few micro services (Order Service, Product Service, Customer Service) for an order management system using Docker and Spring Boot. We used Netflix libraries to manage, discover and load balance the micro services. Managing these micro services and their multiple containers could get a bit tricky; especially in terms of Scalability, Observability, Security, Monitoring and ...

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Spring MVC – HTTP message converter

Quite often you need to provide users with the same data, but in different forms, like JSON, PDF, XLS, etc. If your application is Spring Framework based, this task can be achieved using HTTP message converters. HTTP message converters are applied when HTTP request (or its parts) needs to be converted into type required for handler method argument (see: Handler ...

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How to deploy a Spring Boot Application on AWS EC2 instance

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Hello Friends, In this tutorial,we will see how we can deploy a Spring Boot application over an AWS EC2 instance. Here are the steps we are going to perform. 1. Create a Spring Boot Project with Spring Boot Initialiser.2. Create a Rest end Point,which we can access after deployment3. Launch an EC2 instance4. Copy our Spring Boot project from our  ...

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Easy Spring Boot Deployment with AWS Elastic Beanstalk

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Spring Boot testing with JUnit 5

JUnit 5 (JUnit Jupiter) is around for quite some time already and it is equipped with tons of features. But surprisingly JUnit 5 it is not a default test library dependency when it comes to the Spring Boot Test Starter: it is still JUnit 4.12, released back in 2014. If you consider using JUnit 5 in you next Spring Boot ...

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