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Innominds conducts Tech Meetup on “Microservices Using Spring Boot”

Posted by Admin on July 4, 2017

Hyderabad, India, July 1st, 2017 - Innominds in association with the “Hyderabad Software Architects” meetup group successfully organized its tech meet-up on ‘Microservices using Spring Boot’ with over 20 developers and architects from top IT companies. Chandra Veerapaneni, Senior Architect- Software Engineering at Innominds, conducted the session presenting an overview of Microservices architecture and gave insights on how to use Spring Cloud components within the Microservices landscape.

Photo1.jpgMicroservices architecture is an architectural pattern that structures an application into a number of independently manageable / deployable / loosely coupled services, where each service provides a focused business capability.

Chandra provided an introduction on Microservices architecture and demonstrated the design & development of the same using Spring Boot / Cloud components. There was also a hands-on coding session for the participants in this meet-up which was conducted on 1 July 2017 at the Innominds Kala Jyothi, Hyderabad office.

“An outstanding session with easily comprehensible hand-on code demonstration”, said Vamshee, one of the participants.

“Very great session, pleasure to meet new people, learned valuable knowledge, definitely going to apply to my practices”, said Srinath Avancha, another participant.

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Topics covered in the meet-up: 

1. Introduction to Microservices (characteristics, challenges, benefits) 
2. Developing Microservices using Spring Boot 
3. Using Spring Cloud components within the Microservices landscape 
4. Live coding session to demonstrate 
     (a) Microservices development 
     (b) Leveraging Netflix components- Eureka, Zuul, Ribbon  
          within the Microservices landscape
5. Q&A session

The participants found the session thoroughly insightful and deeply engrossing. What was planned as a two-hour event went on for four hours. 

The session concluded with almost everyone agreeing that there should be another follow-up session.