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Nacos (official site: http://nacos.io) is an easy-to-use platform designed for dynamic service discovery and configuration and service management. It helps you to build cloud native applications and microservices platform easily.
Nacos provides four major functions.
Service Discovery and Service Health Check*
Nacos makes it simple for services to register themselves and to discover other services via a DNS or HTTP interface. Nacos also provides real-time healthchecks of services to prevent sending requests to unhealthy hosts or service instance.
Dynamic Configuration Service allows you to manage configurations of all services in a centralized and dynamic manner across all environments. Nacos eliminates the need to redeploy applications and services when configurations are updated, which makes configuration changes more efficient and agile.
Nacos supports weighted routing, making it easier for you to implement mid-tier load balancing, flexible routing policies, flow control, and simple DNS resolution services in the production environment within your data center. It helps you to implement DNS-based service discovery easily and prevent applications from coupling to vendor-specific service discovery APIs.
Service and MetaData Management*
Nacos provides an easy-to-use service dashboard to help you manage your services metadata, configuration, kubernetes DNS, service health and metrics statistics.
It is super easy to get started with your first project.
You can download the package from the latest stable release.
Take release nacos-server-1.0.0.zip for example.
unzip nacos-server-1.0.0.zip cd nacos/bin
On the Linux/Unix/Mac platform, run the following command to start server with standalone mode:
sh startup.sh -m standalone
On the Windows platform, run the following command to start server with standalone mode. Alternatively, you can also double-click the startup.cmd to run NacosServer.
cmd startup.cmd -m standalone
For more details, see quick-start.
You can view the full documentation from the Nacos website.
All the latest and long-term notice can also be found here from Github notice issue
Contributors are welcomed to join Nacos project. Please check CONTRIBUTING about how to contribute to this project.
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