Micro services architecture can be applied very well to current thoughts about software development, with its emphasis on agile technology, and the required ability to make modifications quickly. More and more, operations, development, and production roles within companies are starting to merge, and software services are increasingly delivered continuously. Micro services design enables these developments.
Java is an ideal environment for micro services-based design, but there are several considerations to be aware of, such as start-up speed and specific configuration requirements.
In this webinar, world-renowned Java Champion Simon Ritter reviews the basics of micro service architecture, why Java is ideal for microservices-based design, and what to consider when using Java in this environment.