Reactive Java Microservices on Kubernetes with Spring WebFlux, Spring Cloud and JHipster

Mission 1

Learn how to build Reactive Java microservices easily with Spring WebFlux, Spring Cloud, and JHipster and deploy it to the cloud using Kubernetes. Reactive support in JHipster using Spring WebFlux lets you build powerful reactive applications and microservices easily in a few minutes using JHipster DSL. Spring Cloud makes other aspects of the microservices, like, routing, circuit breaking, etc a breeze. In this session, we will build a reactive microservices application and deploy it to production on the cloud using Kubernetes.