An Intro to Spring WebFlux Threading Modelby@vladimirf
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An Intro to Spring WebFlux Threading Model

by Vladimir Filipchenko7mApril 30th, 2023
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Spring WebFlux is a reactive, non-blocking web framework that uses the Reactor library for implementing reactive programming in Java. The threading model of WebFlux is different from the traditional thread-per-request model used in many synchronous web frameworks. WebFlux uses a non-blocking, event-driven model, where a small number of threads can handle a large number of requests. This allows the thread to move on to handle other requests while the tasks are executed in the background. Using a parallel scheduler can improve performance and scalability by allowing multiple tasks to be executed simultaneously on different threads.
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