Reactive microservices

The reactive programming paradigm is an effective way to build scalable, fault-tolerant applications. The reactive manifesto defines basic philosophy of reactive programming.

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By combining the reactive programming principles together with the microservices architecture, developers can build low latency high throughput scalable applications.

Microservices are typically designed around business capabilities. Ideally, well-designed microservices will exhibit minimal dependencies between microservices. However, in reality, when microservices are expected to deliver same capabilities delivered by monolithic applications, many microservices have ...

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