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01: Q07 – Q12 Microservices Interview questions & answers

60+ microservices interview questions & answers covering Spring boot, Spring cloud, and microservices design patterns. If you are an enterprise Java developer, then most likely you will be developing Microservices using Spring boot. Let’s start with the beginner microservices interview questions & then get to much needed 20+ microservices design…



01: Q13 “12 Rules” for REST API design & development

These are more like rules to develop RESTFul web services as opposed to being the best practices. REST is an architectural style without any contracts or specifications. So, it is imperative to apply the following rules for better REST API design. #1. Write stateless RESTFul services This means each request…



02: Microservices Architecture design patterns & considerations interview Q&As – Part 1

This extends 10+ Key Microservices Interview Questions Answered. The architects & developers need to know these microservices design patterns & these are best practices to build robust systems. Q1. Why do we need design patterns for Microservices? A1. The goal of microservices is to increase the velocity of application releases,…



03: Microservices Architecture design patterns & considerations interview Q&As – Part 2

This extends 02: Microservices Architecture design patterns & considerations interview Q&As – Part 1. 3. Decomposition Design Patterns When decomposing the Microservices, we should avoid having tight coupling between the services. This can be achieved by duplicating the data in the required/dependent services. If you are not duplicating the data…



04: Microservices Architecture design patterns & considerations interview Q&As – Part 3

This extends 03: Microservices Architecture design patterns & considerations interview Q&As – Part 2. 4. Cross-cutting concern patterns Microservices require various cross-cutting concerns such as metrics, reporting exceptions to an exception tracker, logging, distributed tracing, health checks, externalized configuration, and security. Additionally, a service may need to handle service discovery…



05: Microservices Architecture design patterns & considerations interview Q&As – Part 4

This extends 04: Microservices Architecture design patterns & considerations interview Q&As – Part 3. 4. Observability patterns Microservices require various cross-cutting concerns such as metrics, reporting exceptions to an exception tracker, logging, distributed tracing, health checks, externalised configuration, and security. Additionally, a service may need to handle service discovery and…



06: Microservices Architecture design patterns & considerations interview Q&As – Part 5

This extends 05: Microservices Architecture design patterns & considerations interview Q&As – Part 4. 5. Deployment patterns Microservices enable your development team to roll out software solutions more quickly and better react to customer needs. Microservices deployment patterns or considerations enable easy deployments and allow you to modify microservices. Problem…



10+ Domain Driven Design (i.e. DDD) Interview Q&As

Q1. What is Domain Driven Design (i.e. DDD)? What is DDD oriented microservice? A1. Domain-driven design advocates modelling based on the reality of business as relevant to your use cases. In the context of building applications, DDD talks about problems as domains. If you are building a shopping cart application,…

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10+ Key Java Microservices Interview Questions & Answers

Java microservices interview questions and answers covering microservices patterns, best practices, Springboot and Spring cloud . Q1. How will you go about choosing REST vs Messaging for Microservices? A1. Microservices can be invoked both synchronously and asynchronously. Microservices must be organized around business functionalities like Customers, Orders, Invoices, Products, etc….



QoS & SLAs interview Q&As on Availability, Serviceability, Fault tolerance & Disaster Recoverability – Non Functional Requirements

Q1. What are the system qualities that typically form a basis for QoS requirements? A1. Quality of service (QoS) covers Non Functional requirements such as As microservices use disparate datasources like SQL store, NoSQL store, Cache, Object store like AWS S3, etc you need to map non functional requirements to…

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Spring Cloud Microservices interview Q&As

This extends 15 Spring Boot interview questions & answers. Spring Boot & Spring Cloud are used for building Microservices architecture. Q1. What is Spring Cloud? A1. Spring Boot is widely used to develop MicroServices. As many organisations deploy these services on the cloud like AWS, etc you need to take…



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