Welcome to the part 3 of "Non-blocking and async Micronaut" article. In the previous post we have created connection between two services using HTTP protocol and we have run some experiments with handling 10,000 requests. Today we are going to extend this example by setting some timeouts to see what happens.
Welcome to the part 2 of "Non-blocking and async Micronaut" article. In the previous part we have explained the idea behind this demo and we have implemented product-service - a simple endpoint that returns information about some products. Today we will focus on implementing recommendations-service part and we will run some simple benchmark tests. Let’s start!
If you haven’t heard about Micronaut you have been probably just woken up from deep hibernation. No worries, I’m joking :) Anyway, Micronaut 1.0 GA was released yesterday and it is the right time to play around with it a bit. In this article I would like to show you how easy it is to handle HTTP requests in a non-blocking manner, using just a single computation thread. Interested? Let’s start!