Posts Tagged ‘Spring Cloud’

Creating Dynamic Microservices with Mule and Spring Cloud

Mule Microservice and Spring Cloud Interaction DiagramMicroservices is the latest architectural approach to scaling applications. Their smaller, more atomic size, allows for greater agility as the impact of each iteration is more contained. This makes continuous integration and development easier as the burden of  testing is less and deployment iterations are more limited in scope.

As we look to utilize Mule, and other systems, in this environment, we need to make sure that their configurations can automatically reflect their environment. As we build applications at scale and move out of the development lab, this becomes a real need. Luckily, the Spring Cloud Configuration server lets us do exactly that.

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