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01: Q07 – Q12 Java Micro & Web services Interview Q&As

Covers “Debugging & troubleshooting a complex distributed system” & “Low latency between fine-grained services“, which are popular interview questions. Extends Java Web Services Basics Interview Q&As – Q01 – Q06. Q7. What is a microservice architecture (aka MSA)? … Read more ›...



03: Kubernetes (i.e. Minikube) – deploy a spring boot microservice app

This extends Kubernetes (i.e. Minikube) – deploy a node js service. Docker containers & Kubernetes for deploying Spring Boot microservices. As mentioned earlier in Kubernetes, Docker & Microservices interview Questions & Answers. Docker gives you application isolation, and solves the dependency hell issues. … Read more ›...



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,...



10+ Key Microservices Interview Questions Answered

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. Synchronous Request/Response & public facing APIs REST is a great fit for request/response interactions as HTTP(S)...



15 Spring Boot interview Q&As

15 Spring boot interview questions & answers with tutorials for easy setup of new Spring applications. Spring boot helps you get started quickly with its auto-configuration ability, and Spring Cloud Microservices interview questions & answers extends Spring Boot with cloud & … Read more ›...



Event sourcing & CQRS interview Q&As

Most feasible way to handle consistency across microservices is via eventual consistency. This model doesn’t enforce distributed ACID transactions across microservices. Event sourcing is an event-centric approach to business logic design and persistence. It favours to use some mechanisms of ensuring that the system would be eventually consistent at some...



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, … Read more ›...



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