Microservices Architecture Solutions – Tegeria

Microservices Architecture Solutions

Microservices or microservices architecture is a way of collecting services that implement business capabilities, and structuring them as an application, therefore helping a business to evolve its technology stack.

Implementing or introducing a microservice architecture might seem relatively easy, but it is actually a very complex project that requires significant organisational and technological problem solving. These are the products that we at Tegeria use,
and we can also help you implement them.

Spring Boot Microservices

Spring Boot is a project that is built on top of the Spring framework and it allows for a faster and more efficient way of setting up, configuring, and running simple and web-based applications. It is an easy way of creating production-grade, stand alone applications that can run with little difficulty, whilst reducing development time and increasing levels of productivity.

Eureka Service Discovery

Eureka is a Representational State Transfer (REST)- based service that is mainly used in the cloud for finding services for load balancing and the failover of middle-tier servicers. The Eureka Server comprises of a Java-based client component which enables easier interactions with the service. It also benefits from a built-in balancer that executes a round-robin load balance. Eureka fills a gap in the world of mid-tier load balancing.

Netflix Zuul API

Zuul is considered the ‘front door’ to all requests that are made by devices and website into the backend of the Netflix streaming app. In terms of Zuul as an edge service application, Zuul is built as an Edge service, or a client-facing service and it can perform resiliency, security and dynamic routing tasks. It was built to negate issues surrounding Netflix API traffic and the system allows the user to rapidly change behavior in order to quickly react to any issues. Through authentication and security, insights and monitoring, stress testing, load shedding, and more, Netflix Zuul is now being implemented in the business world.

Google Apigee API

Apigee is a full-lifecycle API management platform that allows providers of API to design, deploy, secure, and scale the APIs that they produce. It enforces rules including key validation, quota management, authorisation, access control and transformation, and it also offers a developer portal allowing developers to use APIs easily and securely. For most microservices-based applications, it makes sense to use an API gateway as a single point to the system, and Apigee is considered as one of the best.


NGINX is an API Gateway that offers a range of benefits to users such as performance acceleration through caching common API response, to the restriction and authentication of API accesses using the JWT token validation system. NIGINX also protects APIS from being overloaded with bandwidth and request limits, and can be fully customised using nginScript or Lua to the users unique API requirements.


Offering on-premise and cloud-based management, WSO2 provides full lifecycle management, monetisation, and policy enforcement as well as enabling extensive customisation and freedom from lock-in. The API manager forms a part of the larger WS02 INtegration Agile Platform and it is the central component used to manage and deploy API-driven ecosystems.