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Event-driven and serverless with Spring Cloud and Spring Native (JBCN 2021)

Event-driven and serverless with Spring Cloud and Spring Native (JBCN 2021)

Applications in a microservices architecture can communicate with each other in different ways. Adopting an event-driven paradigm based on asynchronous messaging provides services a way of communicating while reducing runtime coupling. Functions are a natural way of implementing event-driven business logic in terms of suppliers, processors, and consumers. Furthermore, when going serverless, we aim at executables with instant startup and efficiency. Enter Spring. Spring Cloud Function favors using the functional programming paradigm to implement your business logic and provides useful features to build data pipelines, including type conversion and function composition. Functions can be exposed through different options (like web endpoints or message channels), and adapters are available to run them on platforms like Knative, AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, and GCP Functions. Spring Cloud Stream integrates your functions with messaging systems like RabbitMQ and Kafka without requiring any change to your code. Finally, Spring Native lets you compile your applications as native executable using GraalVM and providing instant startup, instant peak performance, and reduced memory consumption.

Thomas Vitale

July 23, 2021

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