Microservices, 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, microservices are here to stay. In this series of articles, I’ll take a simple Spring Boot app ecosystem and turn it into microservices to deploy them into the Cloud. As an example, I’ll use an ecomme
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.
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.