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Elizabethan Insults App

A Circuit Breaker Example

This repository contains the code for a simple application which creates Elizabethan insults. There are three services.

  • The adjective service which exposes GET /api/adjective, returning a JSON object containing an antiquated adjective
  • The noun serivce which exposes GET /api/noun, returning a JSON object containing a colorfully descriptive noun
  • The insult service which exposes GET /api/insult, returning a JSON object containing an Elizabethan style insult composed of the aforementioned adjectives and nouns

The insult service also provides a simple HTTP front end at GET /.

Running the Application

Localhost

Execute the localhost.sh script. It will install all of the dependencies and start each service on a separate port on the local system.

$ ./localhost.sh

OpenShift

This application should work on any current OpenShift instance. It has been developed and tested using minishift. Whatever the OpenShift instance is, you need to be logged in to deploy.

$ minishift profile set riviera-dev
$ minishift config set memory 4gb
$ minishift config set vm-driver virtualbox
$ minishift config set cpus 2
$ minishift config set image-caching true
$ minishift start
$ oc login -u developer

Then you can run the deploy.sh script.

$ ./deploy.sh

Each service uses the nodeshift CLI to deploy to OpenShift.