Building Asynchronous Microservices with Armeria

Building Asynchronous Microservices with Armeria

Let us introduce Armeria, LINE's open-source reactive asynchronous microservice framework based on Java, Netty, HTTP/2, gRPC and Thrift.
We will have a quick tour of Armeria's easy-to-learn yet powerful features such as distributed tracing and service discovery, as well as learning why asynchronous and reactive microservice framework is important for services at any scale.

Previously presented at:

- TWJUG Meetup in Taipei on June 30, 2018
- LINE Developer Meetup in Tokyo on February 27, 2018

Previous slides that include case study:


Trustin Lee

June 30, 2018