In this series of previous article demonstrates how to use OpenFeign to simplify the development of the Rest client. This article will demonstrate how to use the configuration management service provided in the Spring Cloud framework
In this series of previous article, demonstrate how to use Hystrix’s circuit breaker function. In this article, I will demonstrate how to use OpenFeign to simplify the development of the Rest client.
In the previous article of this series, we demonstrated how to apply the Gateway’s current limiting function. In this article, we will demonstrate how to use Hystrix’s circuit breaker function.
In this series of previous article, we implemented a Zuul-based Gateway and accessed the todo microservice through the Gateway. In this article, we will demonstrate how to implement a simple flow restriction function in Gateway.
In the previous article of this series, we transformed an ordinary Spring Boot project into a service in the Spring Cloud framework. In this article, we will implement a Gateway service in order to call the modified Todo service.
In this series of previous article, we practiced how to build a registration and discovery service. Now, we are going to practice registering a business service.
This tutorial aims to help readers complete the construction and use of the SpringCloud microservice system to help readers understand the concept of microservices in practice.
Jellyfin is an open source streaming media server that can run on multiple platforms. It can be said to be a fully open source alternative to the well-known streaming media server Plex Server (Plex has many features that require a fee). This article simply records the process of installing Jellyfin in Ubuntu Server 18.04.
Among the third-party packages supported on Synology NAS, there is an open source database system MariaDB that can be installed and used, but after the installation is complete, the default is remote that cannot be accessed remotely. This article simply records how to configure remote access in the local area network.
If you are using M1 Macbook or Mac mini computer, you must have noticed that Java from Oracle is not yet build for M1 Silicon chip yet! It only make use of Rosetta 2, you would see that the performance will take a hit.