[Blog Post] Asynchronous Messaging for Microservices

  • By Afkham Azeez
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  • 18 Mar, 2016


Requests come into the Purchasing microservice via HTTP. If the items in stock fall below the reorder level, a reorder request is placed via JMS to the Reorder microservice. There are two queues, Reorder Queue & Reorder Response Queue which are created in WSO2 Message Broker (MB). Once the reorder request is received via the Reorder Queue, the Reorder microservice will process the request, and send out a Reorder Response Message to the Reorder Response Queue.

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  • Afkham Azeez
  • Software Architect
  • WSO2 Inc.