Learn why Java is best for Microservices, how to improve performance and optimize infrastructures.
It is clear that the direction of software development is primarily moving to the Cloud and using Microservices as a way to do this in a flexible, scalable manner.
This white paper illustrates why Java is the obvious choice for Microservices, as it has a number of distinct advantages over other languages. However, by using a traditional JVM, several deployment issues must be carefully considered when choosing an application architecture.
Topics Covered include:
-A Brief History of Microservices
-Why Have Microservices Risen in Popularity?
-The Fundamentals of Microservices
-Microservices and Virtualization
-Challenges For The JVM With Microservices
-JVM Memory Management
About the company:
Azul, the largest company 100% focused on Java and the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), builds fully supported, standards-compliant runtimes that help enable Java-based businesses. Azul’s Java runtimes power Microsoft Azure; the cloud infrastructure of companies like Bazaarvoice, Priceline, and Workday; and the operations and products of Avaya, BMW, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Telekom, LG, Mastercard, Mizuho, and Software AG. Azul’s customers include 27% of the Fortune 100, 50% of Forbes Top 10 World’s Most Valuable Brands, and all 10 of the world’s Top 10 financial trading companies. Azul solutions are available for developers, ISVs, enterprises with on-prem and cloud deployments, as well as for OEMs building embedded and IoT devices.