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Using Micro

M3O is Micro as a Service which means you have access to all the underlying services.


The core services available to you are

  • Authentication
  • Service Discovery
  • RPC Communication
  • Dynamic Config
  • Event Streaming
  • Key Value Storage
  • Runtime Management

We’ll walk through these in more depth in the Concepts section but basically its the OSS Micro v3 provided to you with highly available distributed systems beneath the covers.

Calling Services

To use the services peak into the service directory on GitHub. Micro pre-initialises all the services for you so that all you have to do is import the package and call public functions made available to you.

Example. Lets make use of calling a service.

import (

	pb ""

req := client.NewRequest("helloworld", "Helloworld.Call", &pb.Request{Name: "Alice"})
rsp := new(pb.Response)
err := client.Call(context.Background(), req, &rsp)

If you want to use code generation

hw := pb.NewHelloworldService("helloworld", client.DefaultClient)
rsp, err := hw.Call(context.Background(), &pb.Request{Name: "Alice"})

Publish/Subscribe to Events

What about say publishing events?

import ""

events.Publish("event-topic", map[string]string{"foo": "bar"})

And on the subscribe side

eventChan, err := events.Subscribe("event-topic")

Storing and Retrieving Data

import (
	// we're fixing this
	kv ""

// write the record
	Key: "foo",
	Value: []byte(`Bar`),

// read the record
rec, err := store.Read("foo")

// delete the record

We’ll provide further documentation on everything soon but feel free to just talk to us in Slack for now.

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