Overview of Microservices
In the following overview, you can find all the microservices that are part of yuuvis® RAD by default:
|Technical name||Description||Port(s)||Discovery name|
Monitoring and configuration of microservices, as well as maintenance of the microservices infrastructure.
yuuvis® RAD services-admin administration interface
|agentservice||Connecting of yuuvis® RAD agent.||7352-
|bpmservice||Business process management.||7321-7330||BPM|
|clientservice||Data transfer to yuuvis® RAD client||7391||CLIENT|
Registry database of microservices.
|dmssidecar||Connecting of yuuvis® RAD core-service.
The service integrates the yuuvis® RAD core-service service into the microservice infrastructure.
|exchange-xhs||Integrating of Microsoft Exchange for e-mail transfer.||7361||XHS|
|exchange-xrs||Integrating of Microsoft Exchange for e-mail transfer.||7362–
|extractionservice||Extracting of data from media and Office files, and from e-mails (XMP, EXIF, and other default properties) for use in the index data of yuuvis® RAD documents.||7211–
(443 for HTTPS)
|Archiving with external media.||7530–7539||ARCHIVE|
|inboxservice||Inbox for messages about subscriptions, follow-ups, and processes.||7231–
|indexservice||Indexing of files and index data using Elasticsearch.||7291–
|messagingservice||Interface for communication between the microservices (message memory for messaging system).||7311–
|ocrservice||Text recognition and PDF/A generation with ABBYY FineReader.||7241–
Connecting of yuuvis® RAD rendition-plus.
The service integrates the yuuvis® RAD rendition-plus service into the microservice infrastructure.
Central communication point and distribution of queries to the individual microservices.
Run full-text query.
For the full text search, several terms are linked by the Boolean AND if the user does not specify an operator.
|structureservice||Tree item of yuuvis® RAD client.||7460–7469||STRUCTURE|
Data transfer to documents when creating new ones.
By default, the service is disabled in the system settings:
All ports can be closed by a firewall, with the exception of the port for the 'gateway' microservice.