If the primary function of microservices is to provide web and mobile applications with data access, and if each microservice “owns” its data, do you even need a remote database server?
The short answer is no. We could opt for a far more elegant solution, embedding a NoSQL database with our microservice and exposing it via GraphQL.
In this webinar, we’ll show you how to build and deploy a lightweight, domain-specific database server as microservice with GraphQL endpoints using Quarkus, Smallrye and FairCom DB.
Register now to learn more about:
- Powering microservices with embedded databases
- Creating domain-specific GraphQL schemas and queries
- Integrating IoT data into microservices with MQTT