Better Java Microservices Architecture - Houston JUG - August 2020

August 27, 2020

Microservices are becoming the de facto architectural approach to developing new applications. Breaking up monolithic application functionality into smaller services that can be linked together has many advantages. This is especially the case when deploying to the Cloud where adapting to changing workloads is essential and can have a significant cost impact. In this virtual event organized by the Houston Java Users Group, and presented by Azul Deputy CTO Simon Ritter – Java Champion and renowned Java expert for over 20 years – Simon looks at different approaches to the use of microservices and associated technologies like Docker and Kubernetes. For Java services, there are additional considerations like the speed of startup and latency effects from the garbage collector. He also addresses how to minimize these effects. Faster, better, cheaper, more flexible – this event will help you get there!

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