YAMS (Yet Another Microservices Solution) is a library that can be used to deploy and host microservices on premises, in Azure, or on other cloud service platforms. It offers the following features:
- Quick deployments of microservices to any target environment (~1 minute deployments to Azure).
- Sharing infrastructure (multiple microservices can be deployed to the same on premises or cloud service).
- Scaling microservices independently.
- Versioning of microservices, quick updates, reverts, etc.
- Support for Upgrade Domains to minimize (and potentially eliminate) application downtime during updates, including first-class support for Azure Upgrade Domains.
- Microservices can be developed in any programming language and deployed with YAMS (as long as your service can be started with an exe).
- Health monitoring and graceful shutdown of microservices.
YAMS has first-class support for deploying applications from Azure blob storage, but with its pluggable storage architecture, other providers such as SQL Server or file storage can be created and plugged in as well.
To deploy an application to a YAMS cluster, simply drop the binaries of the application into YAMS deployment storage. The binaries are then picked-up by YAMS, deployed to all VMs in the cluster, and then launched.
Please read the documentation below for more information.
- Yams Overview.
- Deploy YAMS to your cloud service.
- Deploy and host applications in YAMS.
- Continuous Integration with YAMS and VSTS.
- Deploy and host Orleans applications in YAMS.
- Yams Storage Api.
- Contributor Guide.
- Nehme Bilal and Reuben Bond talk about deploying Orleans with YAMS and Service Fabric.
- Jakub Konecki talk about deploying Orleans with YAMS.
We welcome contributions of all sorts including pull requests, suggestions, documentation, etc. Please feel free to open an issue to discuss any matter.
This project is licensed under the MIT license.