Spring Boot 2 demo of Resilience4j
This demo shows how to use the fault tolerance library Resilience4j in a Spring Boot 2 application.
See User Guide for more details.
The BackendAService shows how to use the Resilience4j Annotations.
The BackendBController shows how to use the functional style and the Spring Reactor operators.
Just run the Application.java in your IDE.
Application is running on http://localhost:9080.
Monitoring with Prometheus and Grafana (OPTIONAL)
Use docker-compose to start Grafana and Prometheus servers.
- In the root folder
docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up
Check the Prometheus server.
- Open http://localhost:9090
- Access status -> Targets, both endpoints must be "UP"
Configure the Grafana.
- Open http://localhost:3000
- Configure integration with Prometheus
- Access configuration
- Add data source
- Select Prometheus
- Use url "http://localhost:9090" and access with value "Browser"
- Configure dashboard
- Access "home"
- Import dashboard
- Upload dashboard.json from /docker
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