Microservices were meant to make the monolith more manageable. But as microservices grow more complex, and the technologies used within them grow to monolithic proportions, performance issues aren’t an outlier — they’re the norm.

Join as we discuss eight ways to improve Java microservices performance, including:

  • Using Asynchronous Requests
  • Avoiding Antipatterns
  • Throttling Overactive Services
  • Managing Third Party Requests
  • And more!

About the Webinar

Join Curtis Johnson, Product Manager at JRebel, and Spencer Bos, Sales Engineer at JRebel, as they discuss how developers can improve microservice-based application performance, and why it’s more important than ever to address performance during Java development.

Additional Resources

Looking for additional reading? Be sure to check out our collection of helpful Java resources here.

If you want more information on improving your Java microservices performance, be sure to download our free whitepaper, the Developer's Guide to Microservices Performance. It's chock-full of tips and tricks to make your microservices perform better, and more resiliently.

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Curtis Johnson

Senior Solutions Consultant, JRebel by Perforce

Curtis is a Senior Solutions Consultant at JRebel by Perforce. A self-proclaimed "social nerd," Curtis loves helping developer teams see the benefit of our tools and ensure continual satisfaction with our applications.

Spencer Bos

Solutions Consultant, JRebel by Perforce

Spencer is a Solutions Consultant at JRebel by Perforce. Spencer is passionate about helping Java development teams increase development efficiency with our tools, while providing continued support for ongoing success.