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Netty in Action: applicable for microservices

 
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Is netty a good candidate for a microservice? What is the footprint of netty and its dependencies?

Do you know of any case studies where netty has been used as the networking layer for a microservice?
 
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Netty is of course a good fit for writing microservices. The core of netty has zero dependencies. You may find the adopters , articles and related project pages useful:

http://netty.io/wiki/adopters.html
http://netty.io/wiki/related-projects.html
http://netty.io/wiki/related-articles.html
 
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