Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Swagger code generator support for Micro Services Framework For Java

WSO2 Microservices Framework for Java (MSF4J) is a lightweight high performance framework for developing & running microservices. WSO2 MSF4J is one of the highest performing lightweight Java microservices frameworks. Now swagger code generator will generate micro service skeleton from swagger definition. So you can use this project to convert your swagger definitions to micro service quickly. With this approach you can develop complete micro service within seconds from your swagger definition.

MSF4J generator uses java-msf4j as the default library

java -jar modules/swagger-codegen-cli/target/swagger-codegen-cli.jar generate \
  -i \
  -l msf4j \
  -o samples/server/petstore/msf4j

Before you build/run service replace .deploy(new PetApi()) with your actual service class name in file like .deploy(new ApisAPI()) then it will start that service. If you have multiple service classes add them in , separated manner.

    new MicroservicesRunner()
            .deploy(new PetApi())

To Use-it : in the generated folder try mvn package for build jar, then start your server: java -jar target/micro-service-server-1.0.0.jar (Java Microservice listening on default port 8080)

Run the following command or simply go to from your browser:


Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Simple auto scaling logic for software scalling

Here in this post i will list sample code(not exact code but more like pseudo code) to explain how auto scaling components works. We can use this logic in scalable load balancers to take decisions based on number of requests. 

required_instances =  request_in_fly / number_of_max_requests_per_instance;
if (required_instances > current_active_instance)
    //This need scale up
    if(required_instances < max_allowed)
       spwan_inatances( required_instances - current_active_instance );
     //Cannot handle load
    //This is scale down decision
    if(required_instances > min_allowed)
      terminate_inatances( current_active_instance - required_instances );