Building and Testing Reactive Microservices in Azure with Event Grid, Azure Functions, and Ngrok

  • April 12, 2018
According to the Reactive Manifesto, a reactive system should have some essential characteristics which include: responsiveness, resiliency, elasticity, and being message-driven. Out of all the aspects, the most significant differentiating factor of Reactive Microservices from others is its characteristic of being message-driven. Using messages as the glue that holds your Microservices application together, you can design systems that isolated. High degree of isolation also helps enhance the scalability of a system which is an essential aspect of a Microservices application.
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Hi! I'm Rahul Rai, an author, a programmer, and a technophile. I'm a Senior Consultant at Readify, Sydney, Australia.

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