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Microservice Visualization with TADIS - a Tool for Architecture Discovery Automated Release Notes by gren

This repository contains software for analyzing and visualizing the topology of a microservice system.


TADIS consists of two microservices: an analyzer backend and a UI frontend (see the architecture picture below).

  • tadis-analyzer collects information about a system from different sources by executing a number of transformers. The result is provided as a system model in JSON. The analyzer is a microservice and also a NPM package. The microservice can be started directly, while the NPM package can be used in custom analyzers.
  • tadis-analyzer-custom-example is an example custom-analyzer microservice that imports the tadis-analyzer as a NPM package. It implements a custom collector which uses only certain transformers.
  • tadis-ui is based on webpack, D3, and graphviz. It visualizes systems provided by the tadis-analyzer endpoint /collect/system. The UI is specific to certain visualizations in microservice systems.

target architecture

Repository structure

The repository is organized as a mono-repo with Yarn and Lerna. Each directory in sources is a Yarn workspace.


  1. You need a global installation of the following:
  1. Bootstrap the node package structure with yarn install.


Apache License, Version 2.0

Copyright 2017-2019 Andreas Blunk, MaibornWolff GmbH

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