This sample application is archived. See https://github.com/lagom/lagom-samples for more Example projects showcasing Lagom usage.
Lagom is a Swedish word meaning just right, sufficient. Microservices are about creating services that are just the right size, that is, they have just the right level of functionality and isolation to be able to adequately implement a scalable and resilient system.
Lagom focuses on ensuring that your application realises the full potential of the Reactive Manifesto, while delivering a high productivity development environment, and seamless production deployment experience.
This is a sample Scala auction site using the Lagom Framework. A java version of the auction site is also available.
To get started make sure you have sbt and git installed on your system. You will also need an active internet connection.
curl -L -O https://artifacts.elastic.co/downloads/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-5.0.2.tar.gz tar -xvf elasticsearch-5.0.2.tar.gz cd elasticsearch-5.0.2/bin ./elasticsearch
On another terminal, clone this repo and run the sample app using the command
git clone [email protected]:lagom/online-auction-scala.git cd online-auction-scala sbt runAll
The auction system is the sum of 5 micro-services and a web gateway:
user-serviceas reference on how to create a secure user management micro-service.
Check the docs for each service for details on the commands and queries it serves as well as events the service emits and events it consumes from the Message Broker.
For a simple, gentler, introduction to Lagom, have a look at the Hello World giter8 seed project in the docs.
If you have any troubles and need help, feel free to ask in the Gitter channel
Refer to KUBERNETES.md for more information on this process.