Reactive PetClinic, using Spring WebFlux and Astra DB

This sample is a fully reactive version of the Spring PetClinic application using Spring WebFlux.

15 minutes β€’ Intermediate

Updated September 14, 2021

Reactive Implementation of 🐈 Spring PetClinic πŸ•

15 minutes, Intermediate, Start Building

This sample is a fully reactive version of the Spring PetClinic application using Spring WebFlux.


Get Started

To build and play with this app, follow the build instructions that are located here:


Let's do some initial setup by creating a serverless(!) database.

DataStax Astra

  1. Create a DataStax Astra DB account if you don't already have one: image

  2. On the home page. Locate the button Create Database image

  3. Locate the Get Started button to continue image

  4. Define a database name, keyspace name and select a database region, then click create database. image

  5. Your Astra DB will be ready when the status will change from Pending to Active πŸ’₯πŸ’₯πŸ’₯ image

  6. After your database is provisioned, we need to generate an Application Token for our App. Go to the Settings tab in the database home screen. image

  7. Select Admin User for the role for this Sample App and then generate the token. Download the CSV so that we can use the credentials we need later. image

  8. After you have your Application Token, head to the database connect screen and select the driver connection that we need. Go ahead and download the Secure Bundle for the driver. image

  9. Make note of where to use the Client Id and Client Secret that is part of the Application Token that we generated earlier. image


  1. Click Use this template at the top of the GitHub Repository: image

  2. Enter a repository name and click 'Create repository from template': image

  3. Clone the repository: image

πŸš€ Getting Started Paths:

Make sure you've completed the prerequisites before starting this step

Running on Gitpod

  1. Click the 'Open in Gitpod' link: Open in IDE

Create your Account and get started!

Let's Go!
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