How to build reactive microservices with Spring WebFlux?

  • 06th February, 2020
  • By Vinisha Sharma
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Have you ever struggled with the saturation of thread pools when you're dealing with thousands of requests at a time? This problem of synchronous request processing is common with traditional MVC applications.

This is where Spring WebFlux enters the picture. It empowers you to build applications with a reactive programming paradigm in an asynchronous, non-blocking, and event-driven manner. Our next webinar will deal with this concept and help you leverage the principles of reactive programming to develop microservices with the Spring WebFlux framework.

The agenda of the webinar will be as follows -

  • Introduction to reactive programming with Java
  • Build a microservice with Spring Webflux and writing unit test cases for it.
  • Using WebClient to leverage external services

    We look forward to seeing you there! And if you'd like to suggest a topic for a future webinar, do let us know!


    Vinisha Sharma

    Software Consultant

    Vinisha Sharma is a software consultant having more than 6 months of experience. She thrives in a fast pace environment and loves exploring new technologies. She has experience with the languages such as C, C++, Java, Scala and is currently working on Java 8. Her hobbies include sketching and dancing. She believes Optimism and a learning attitude is the key to achieve success in your life

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