International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
Call for Papers | Fully Refereed | Open Access | Double Blind Peer Reviewed

ISSN: 2319-7064

Downloads: 1 | Views: 111 | Weekly Hits: ⮙1 | Monthly Hits: ⮙1

Informative Article | Science and Technology | India | Volume 7 Issue 12, December 2018 | Rating: 5.1 / 10

Decoding the Java Toolkit: An Insightful Analysis of Frameworks for Large - Scale Distributed Applications

Mahidhar Mullapudi [11] | Lakshmi Mullapudi | Mounika Gorantla

Abstract: This research paper presents an in - depth examination of the Java toolkit available at the time of writing this paper, focusing on its significance in the development of large - scale distributed applications and microservices. Key components such as Java 8, Angular4, HTML5, Bootstrap, CSS, Flex, Spring Boot, and Spring Security, Spring Data, SQL and NoSQL databases, hibernate etc., are rigorously evaluated based on critical metrics such as performance, scalability, and ease of use [1] [2] [3] [4]. Our study extends its purview to DevOps practices, investigating streamlined build and release pipelines. Additionally, it explores the integration of cloud infrastructure for efficient deployments on leading platforms such as AWS and Azure. Within the context of microservices, essential terms such as service discovery, containerization, and orchestration are introduced to underscore their role in modern distributed systems [5]. Highlighting the central role of microservices, the paper intricately details how Spring Boot facilitates the creation and maintenance of these modular components. Renowned for its lightweight and opinionated framework, Spring Boot streamlines the development and deployment of microservices, addressing complexities through embedded containers and out - of - the - box support for crucial features like service discovery[6][7][8]. In the realm of end - to - end testing, Selenium WebDriver emerges as the preferred choice, seamlessly integrating into the Java stack, including Spring Boot and associated modules. Coupled with JUnit 5[9] and Mockito[10], these tools enhance testing strategies for a comprehensive approach[11]. With years of experience and practical utilization of some of these tools in the Production environment and thorough research serves as a valuable guide for practitioners navigating the intricacies of building robust, scalable, and cloud - native distributed systems, with a specific emphasis on microservices, at the time of writing this paper. We believe the insights presented herein align with the caliber of research sought by esteemed publishers, contributing meaningfully to the discourse on contemporary software development practices [12][8][13][14][15].

Keywords: Modern Software Applications, Java application stack, Spring Boot, Angular, Cloud computing, DevOps best practices, Microservice architectures, Service Discovery

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 12, December 2018,

Pages: 1580 - 1586

How to Download this Article?

Type Your Valid Email Address below to Receive the Article PDF Link

Verification Code will appear in 2 Seconds ... Wait