Web app using Microservices in Go: Part 4 – Worker and Frontend

Previous part Introduction In this part we will finally finish writing our application. We will implement the last two services: The Worker The Frontend The Worker The worker will communicate with the Master to get new Tasks. When it gets a Task it will get the corresponding data from the storage and will start working on the task. When it finishes it will send the finished data to the storage service, and if that succeeds it will register the Task as finished to the Master....

March 23, 2016 · 12 min · Jacob Martin

Web app using Microservices in Go: Part 1 – Design

Introduction Recently it’s a constantly repeated buzzword – Microservices. You can love ’em or hate ’em, but you really shouldn’t ignore ’em. In this short series we’ll create a web app using a microservice architecture. We’ll try not to use 3rd party tools and libraries. Remember though that when creating a production web app it is highly recommended to use 3rd party libraries (even if only to save you time)....

March 14, 2016 · 5 min · Jacob Martin