Modern software development, with its focus on agile technology, and the needed ability to make changes quickly, aligns very well with microservices-based architecture. More and more, software services are delivered continuously, and corporate functions such as development, production and operations are beginning to merge. Microservices architecture enables these trends.
In this microservices environment, Java can be ideally applied for a variety of reasons, but there are a few considerations to be aware of, including specific configuration requirements and start-up speed.
In this webinar, world-renowned Java Champion Simon Ritter covers the basics of microservice architecture, why Java is ideal for microservices-based design, and what to consider when using Java in this environment.