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Microservices Contributor Spotlight

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Microservices Contributor Spotlight

Let's give a shoutout to our contributors! Check out the tutorials from our community members who stepped up to share their microservices knowledge since the zone launch.

· Microservices Zone ·
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Learn how modern cloud architectures use of microservices has many advantages and enables developers to deliver business software in a CI/CD way.

Microservices is a newer concept that has risen into the spotlight blazingly fast. This week, we're going to take a minute to appreciate the DZone readers who took the plunge and became DZone authors to contribute to the growth of the Microservices Zone - we couldn't have done it without you!


DZone Newcomers Shining in the Microservices Zone

The following contributors had never contributed a post to DZone before they wrote for the Microservices Zone...and now they have shared their knowledge with thousands of our readers! Check out what they have to share, and while you're at it, why not join them?

  1. Event-Driven Architecture - It’s Not Just About Events!, by Franz van Buul. Take another look at event-driven architecture for a perspective you might not have seen to learn about messaging patterns, coupling, and more.

  2. Basics for Setting Up a Microservices Architecture in a Project for Spring Boot and Gradle, by Akash Bhingole. Learn about the components needed to build microservices architecture in a project for Spring Boot and Gradle to enable continuous delivery/deployment.

  3. Need for Event-Driven Architecture, by Praveen DK. Microservices architecture presents the problem of distributed data management. Learn about solving this problem through event-driven architecture.

  4. Circuit Breaker Pattern, by Amit Kumar. Learn how the circuit breaker pattern ensures stable performance in your microservices by monitoring for failures and providing an alternate service.

  5. How to Start Your Journey in Microservices - Part 1, by Puneet Jindal. When getting started with microservices, all the considerations can be overwhelming. Here's a simple breakdown of what to keep in mind when planning for microservices.

  6. Spring Boot 2.0 Microservice Deployment to Google Cloud Kubernetes Engine With Docker, by Amareswaran Suriyamurthy. Learn the steps and the source code to create a Spring Boot microservice application and deploy it to the Google Cloud Platform Kubernetes Engine.

Think you'll never see your name on this list? Wrong! If you, too, were inspired by the launch of the Microservices Zone, ouy can establish yourself as an expert by contributing your own articles to DZone! Check out our Bounty Board and claim writing prompts to win prizes! Prizes for our Microservices Zone have been enhanced for a limited time - ever wanted a free gaming mouse? Maybe a Bluetooth speaker? Check out our list of microservices prompts and, if your article is chosen for publication, you can win prizes and/or DZone swag! There's no time like the present...


Dive Deeper Into Microservices

  1. Microservices: Breaking Down the Monolith: DZone's free ebook download on microservices benefits, technologies, and patterns.

  2. Microservices in Java: DZone's Refcard on designing, building, and scaling a Java microservice.


Who's Hiring?

In this section, you'll find a few opportunities from our Jobs community. See if any match your skills and apply online today!

DevOps Senior Software Engineer
ShoreWise Consulting
Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
Experience: 5-10 years experience with DevOps technologies and SQL.

DevOps Engineer
Cisco Systems
Location: San Jose, CA/Raleigh, NC/ Seattle, WA (USA)
Experience: BS in Computer Science (or equivalent experience) plus 3+ years of experience or MS in Computer Science with 1+ years of previous experience as a DevOps Engineer, Cloud Operations, SRE, Services Engineer, or Systems Engineer of Software.

Discover how to deploy pre-built sample microservices OR create simple microservices from scratch.

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microservices ,spring boot ,event driven architecture

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