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Hi Prakash, thanks for taking the time to comment! We will be in touch nearer the time when our beta programme starts.


Currently I’m using few microservices talking to each other using Spring cloud and Spring Netflix(Eureka) . Currently configurations are picked using Spring cloud config which are stored on github repos.Curious to know how cloco is handling this and if it can support my other projects which are not on Spring cloud yet.As am understanding we just need to install agent to use cloco.


While cloco and Spring config have some complementary features, one of cloco’s aims is to support management of application configuration across an organisation and across different types of users in an organisation, giving more power to users to safely change configuration outside of the dev team. However, if you have an investment in Spring then cloco can leverage that investment by acting as a server side configuration store plugged into the Spring config framework. This is not something we currently have out of the box though so would have to be a custom implementation. If you wanted to use cloco natively, then it has a similar concept to Spring in that you would use our client SDK (Node will be supported initially, but there are plans for many more) to communicate with the cloco service.


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