This is the 1st post in the Going the microservices way focus series. <div class='paragraph'> <p><a href='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microservices' target='_blank' rel='noopener'>Microservices</a>, are trending right now, whether you like it or not. There are good reasons for that as it resolves many issues organizations are faced with. It also opens a Pandora box as new issues pop up every now and then… But that is a story for another day: in the end, micr
This is the 2nd post in the Going the microservices way focus series. In my previous post, I developed a simple microservices REST application based on Spring Boot in a few lines of code. Now is the time to put this application in the cloud. In the rest of the article, I suppose you already have an account configured for the provider. Pivotal Cloud Foundry is the Cloud offering from Pivotal, based on Cloud Foundry.
This is the 3rd post in the Going the microservices way focus series. In the first post of this serie, I created a simple microservice based on a Spring Boot + Data JPA stack to display a list of available products in JSON format. In the second part, I demoed how this app could be uploaded on Pivotal Cloud Foundry. In this post, I’ll demo the required changes to deploy on Heroku.