Aim of the project is to show how to use Hazelcast in Spring Boot 2 application. Whole idea is described in my blog post Code-Addict
There are two applications run in separate Docker containers. One is writing to Hazelcast map, and second is reading from it and stream to web controller.
Project is very simple and uses following dependencies:
- Spring Boot 2.1.1
- Spring WebFlux
First please run gradle build command with docker image build task:
./gradlew build appDocker
Now you can start docker by run simple docker-compose command:
cd docker && docker-compose up
localhost:8080/hazelcast/stream and see how it works.
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