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Title: RideRush: Plataforma integral de alquiler y gestión de flotas turísticas
Author: Pernas Concepción, Moisés
Tutor: Oller Arcas, Antoni  
Others: Caballé, Santi  
Abstract: This dissertation focuses on the transition from a monolithic application to a microservices architecture, emphasizing a practical approach to modern software development. The main goal is to enhance the scalability and adaptability of a car rental service, addressing key challenges such as managing communication between microservices and ensuring data consistency. The implementation starts from scratch, evaluating communication options and using retry mechanisms to obtain specific instances from Eureka, the discovery service. A configuration server is incorporated to consolidate application properties. The agile methodology based on Scrum guides the development process, detailing user stories in planned iterations. The thesis also addresses critical aspects of monitoring and error management, implementing exceptions and leveraging the non-blocking capabilities of Mono within the Spring framework. Eureka is used to obtain health indicators of the microservices. In fulfilment of the undergraduate studies in Computer Engineering, this dissertation provides a comprehensive view of the process of adopting microservices, highlighting practical and modern aspects of software development with Java EE.
Keywords: Docker
Java EE
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: 19-Jan-2024
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