This is PART–2 of Spring WebFlux course series.
Spring WebFlux is a reactive non–blocking web stack which is scalable & provides better performance compared to traditional Spring Web MVC! In a Microservices architecture we do have a lot of network calls – to database servers or external APIs. sometimes we might do a heavy computation. How to avoid unnecessary network calls & heavy re–computation and How to make our Microservices more scalable. That is what this entire course is about!
By the end of this course you would be comfortable with:
Microservices Caching With Redis
Various Redis Data Structures
INCR / DECR
Queue / Stack
Access Control List
Spring Data Reactive Redis / Redisson
A Java library for Redis which supports reactive streams
Cache aside pattern with annotations
Cache aside pattern for Reactive types
Creating a generic cache template
Caching, evicting cache
Local Cached Map
Capturing expired and deleted events from Redis
JMeter Performance Test which proves 80% performance improvement
Redis As Message Queue
Redis can be used as a message queue in Microservices architecture
We would demonstrate that in this course.
You even implement a Priority Queue using Redis
Specification: Redis with Spring WebFlux