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This project is part of the liveProject series Microservices Notification System Design
intermediate Java • beginner Spring Boot • intermediate Spring Framework
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use of @Configuration Annotation for configuring the routes in the API Gateway Service • create a bean to configure the routes
Vamshi Krishna Kesetty
1 week · 4-6 hours per week · BEGINNER

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In this liveProject, you’ll set up and configure a Spring Cloud Gateway to act as an entry point for applications to connect to a notification management platform. Spring Cloud Gateway provides a flexible way of routing requests based on criteria, and focuses on cross-cutting concerns such as security, resiliency, and monitoring. It’s the perfect API gateway to implement complexity separately from the client.

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Vamshi Krishna Kesetty
Vamshi is a technology and digital evangelist working in IT consulting for the past 11 years. He loves to explore new technologies and always passionate about next gen digital technologies. He started his career as an integration developer using the Oracle Fusion Middleware Stack and progressively moved to a microservices-based tech stack. Currently, He is working as a domain architect for a leading bank in Singapore. He has vast experience building microservices using Spring Boot, AWS, JAX-RS, Rest Easy, etc. He also have mentored members of his organization on the design and development of Spring Boot-based microservices. He always emphasize to clients the pros and cons of leveraging a microservices architecture before making an informed decision.


This liveProject is for intermediate Java programmers who know the basics of Core Java and Spring Boot. To begin this liveProject, you will need to be familiar with the following:

  • Beginner Postman
  • Beginner IntelliJ IDE
  • Intermediate Java
  • Beginner Spring Boot
  • Intermediate Spring Framework
  • Intermediate Maven
  • Beginner Swagger

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In this liveProject, you’ll use Spring Cloud Gateway to set up entry points for microservices.

  • Use of @Configuration Annotation for configuring the routes in the API Gateway Service
  • Create a bean to configure the routes


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