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A Spring Boot 2 demo which shows how to use the Resilience4j Spring Boot 2 Starter
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Spring Boot 2 demo of Resilience4j

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This demo shows how to use the fault tolerance library Resilience4j in a Spring Boot 2 application.

See User Guide for more details.

Getting Started

Just run the in your IDE.
Application is running on http://localhost:9080.

Monitoring with Prometheus and Grafana (OPTIONAL)


Docker and Docker Compose installed.

Step 1

Use docker-compose to start Grafana and Prometheus servers.

  • In the root folder
docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up

Step 2

Check the Prometheus server.

Step 3

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


Copyright 2019 Robert Winkler

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

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