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A service registry is a centralized service used to dynamically register and locate server processes and microservices in distributed environments. It allows services to register themselves, maintaining names, configuration information, etc., and clients to discover and locate these services. That is, it decouples service providers from consumers without the need for DNS and enables client-side load-balancing.
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|Concept - Service Registration and Discovery||2020/02/04 13:13:07||7.8|
|Concept - Service Registration and Discovery with Solr Cloud||2020/02/04 13:13:08||7.9||7.9|
|Cookbook - Eureka Deployment and ICM Configuration||2020/02/04 13:13:37||7.8|
|Cookbook - Eureka Deployment and ICM Configuration with Solr Cloud||2020/02/04 13:13:38||7.9||7.9|
|Support Article - Eureka Failover Configuration||2021/07/09 13:59:47||7.6|
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