{"Microservices"}

Microservices Tooling

These are the open source microservices related tooling that I am tracking on as part of my research, and can be used as part of the microservices process.

Armada

Complete solution for development, deployment, configuration and discovery of microservices.

awesome-microservices

A curated list of Microservice Architecture related principles and technologies.

claudia

Deploy Node.js microservices to AWS easily

Django Zappa

Serverless Django on AWS Lambda and API Gateway

docker-continuous-deployment

continuous deployment of a microservices application with Docker

Dockpit API Blueprint Template

A Dockpit template for mocking Rest HTTP APIs using API Blueprint

fabio

A fast, modern, zero-conf load balancing HTTP(S) router for deploying microservices managed by consul.

Fabric8

fabric8 is an open source microservices platform based on Docker, Kubernetes and Jenkins

go-micro

A pluggable RPC microservice framework

goa

Design-based microservices in Go

hook.io

Open-Source Microservice Hosting Platform

Kit

A standard library for microservices.

kubernetes

Micro on Kubernetes

lelylan

Open Source Lightweight Microservices Architecture for the Internet of Things. For developers.

leveros

Serverless + Microservices = u2665

micro

A microservice toolkit

Micro

Micro u2014 Async HTTP microservices

Micro Server

Microserver is a Java 8 native, zero configuration, standards based, battle hardened library to run Java Rest Microservices via a standard Java main class. Supporting pure Microservice or Micro-monolith styles.

monitor-srv

A monitoring service for microservices

platform

A microservice platform

seneca

A microservices toolkit for Node.js.

slack-srv

The slack bot API microservice

user-srv

A microservice for user management and authentication

Yams

YAMS (Yet Another Microservices Solution) is a library that can be used to deploy and host microservices in Azure.

If there is an "open source tool" that should be listed here, submit as a Github Issue, and I will consider adding.