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Refactoring to microservices

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I have a system with various standalone java applications and they are working in a collaborative way. It means all of them are producing a piece of information.
Currently the applications are exchanging information using the file system (read/write in a common directory). I would like to convert each of this standalone app in a service and then using eureka (or something similar to handle). Do you know a step to step procedure to convert my jar in a standalone ........I imagine the easiest way is to convert the application in a spring boot app and convert the file system interchange with a REST connection etc.
I read some generic guide but it could be nice to have an example with a real case .......Someone can help me?

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