In this series, we’re taking a look at how microservice applications are built. In part 1 we learned about the new open source framework from Oracle called Helidon and learned how it can be used with both Java and Groovy in either a functional, reactive style or a more traditional Microprofile manner. Part 2 acknowledged that some dev teams have different strengths and preferences and that one team in our fictional scenario used NodeJS with the ExpressJS framework to develop their microservice. Yet another team in the scenario chose to use Fn, another awesome Oracle open source technology to add serverless to the application architecture. Here is an architecture diagram to help you better visualize the overall picture: Read the complete article here.
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