Spring Cloud is currently on the verge of large changes. I have been writing about it in my previous article A New Era of Spring Cloud. While almost all of Spring Cloud Netflix components will be removed in the next release, it seems that the biggest change is a replacement of Ribbon client into Spring Cloud Load Balancer. Continue reading “A Deep Dive Into Spring Cloud Load Balancer”
Almost 1.5 years ago Spring Team has announced the decision of moving the most of Spring Cloud Netflix components into maintenance mode. It means that new features have no longer been added to these modules beginning from Greenwich Release Train. Currently, they are starting work on Ilford Release Train, which is removing such popular projects like Ribbon, Hystrix, or Zuul from Spring Cloud. The only module that will still be used is a Netflix discovery server — Eureka.
This change is significant for Spring Cloud since from beginning it was recognized by its integration with Netflix components. Moreover, Spring Cloud Netflix is still the most popular Spring Cloud project on GitHub (~4k stars). Continue reading “A New Era Of Spring Cloud”
Scope functions is one of the Kotlin feature I really like. When using such a function on an object, you are executing a block of code within the context of that object. You won’t find a similar feature in Java. There are five scope functions available in Kotlin:
also. In fact all of them is doing the same thing – execute a block of code on an object. However, there are some differences and we will discuss them on the simple example of code. Continue reading “Kotlin Scope Functions”
In this article I’ll guide you through the steps required for building and running simple Kotlin microservice on Google Kubernetes Engine. We will use such and framework like Spring Boot, Skaffold and Jib. Continue reading “Running Kotlin Microservice on Google Kubernetes Engine”