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Published On June 14, 2018

Creating an asynchronous, messaging-based Microservice

You have ActiveMQ up and running. Now you need to split out some functionality from your 'monolith' batch job, to that asynchronous microservice. That includes creating new Gradle modules, cleaning up your Gradle modules and code, as well as changing the production code to use your new microservice.

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Creating an asynchronous, messaging-based Microservice

You have ActiveMQ up and running. Now you need to split out some functionality from your 'monolith' batch job, to that asynchronous microservice. That includes creating new Gradle modules, cleaning up your Gradle modules and code, as well as changing the production code to use your new microservice.

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