5 Important Responsibilities of a Software Architect
In this article, we look at some of the important responsibilities that an architect is expected to handle. Although we chiefly focus on application architects, most of these also hold true for enterprise architects as well.
Quick Introduction To Software Architecture - What, Why and How?
Good Software Architecture is essential to building great software. What is Software Architecture all about?
What Is The Goal Of a Software Architect?
In this article, we have a close look at what your goal as an architect should be. Before reading any further, take a piece of paper and put down the list of goals from your perspective.
Creating Spring Boot and React Java Full Stack Application with Maven
This guide helps you create a Java full stack application with all the CRUD (Create, Read, Update and Delete) features using React as Frontend framework and Spring Boot as the backend REST API. We use Maven as the build tool.
Introduction to Spring Cloud
In this article, we focus on Spring Cloud. We will talk about the various components under its umbrella.
Breaking a Monolith into Microservices - Best Practices and Challenges
In this article, we will describe the first steps, in taking an architecture from monolith to microservice.
20+ Spring Boot Projects with Code Examples
At in28Minutes, we have created more than 20 projects with code examples on Github. We have 50+ articles explaining these projects. These code examples will you learn and gain expertise at Spring Boot.
Microservices with Spring Boot - Part 5 - Example using Eureka Naming Server
Let's learn the basics of microservices and microservices architectures. We will also start looking at a basic implementation of a microservice with Spring Boot. We will create a couple of microservices and get them to talk to each other using Eureka Naming Server and Ribbon for Client Side Load Balancing. In part 5 of this series, we will focus on enabling Eureka Naming Server and have the microservices communicate with it.
Microservices with Spring Boot - Part 4 - Load Balancing Example - Using Ribbon
Let's learn the basics of microservices and microservices architectures. We will also start looking at a basic implementation of a microservice with Spring Boot. We will create a couple of microservices and get them to talk to each other using Eureka Naming Server and Ribbon for Client Side Load Balancing. In part 4 of this series, we will focus on using Ribbon to do Load Balancing.