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We, the folks behind Microservice Builder want to help you get ahead of the microservices revolution. So how are we helping? Easy. We created a complete approach with simple, step-by-step details on how you can create applications in a microservices framework based on the open MicroProfile.io programming model.
But we don’t stop there. You can simplify your software delivery pipeline that enables continuous delivery of containerized microservices in a Kubernetes environment. We provide you with a frictionless application lifecycle from development through production. Microservice Builder will continue to evolve and the team values your input. Join our Slack channel today and join in the revolution. Let’s build something great together.
Your team is looking for ways to shorten development cycles, reduce complexity and minimize costs. Microservice Builder can benefit your team in three ways:
Use a command line interface to easily start building apps for WebSphere Liberty, a Java EE application server
IBM® WebSphere® Application Server Developer Tools for Eclipse is a lightweight set of tools for developing, assembling, and deploying Java™ EE, OSGi, Web 2.0, and mobile applications to WebSphere Application Server traditional and Liberty
The component model is provided by Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI). CDI allows for the development of loosely-coupled microservices via dependency injection, interceptors, decorators, and an event model.
The Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) provides a collection of interfaces and Java™ annotations that simplifies development of server-side REST applications.
The MicroProfile Configuration API (beta) can retrieve application configuration information from multiple sources, with the ability to dynamically modify the configuration without restarting the application.
The MicroProfile Fault Tolerance API (beta) is built upon Failsafe to build resilient microservices, with a fault tolerance model covering crucial features such as Retries, Fallback, Bulkhead, Timeout, and Circuit Breakers
Consistent and expressive tracing for problem determination across distributed applications where requests typically flow through multiple services
Securely connect your services using Open ID Connect and JWT
WebSphere Liberty is a fast, dynamic, easy-to-use application server, that is ideal for developers but also ready for production. In addition to the MicroProfile programming model, Java EE and other services are also available to complement the microservice development.
Manage your on-premises, containerized applications through a server platform that includes a Docker container manager and a Kubernetes based container orchestrator
Discover actionable insights from the vast amounts of log data created by microservices using Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana
See how our platform works through our sample app
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