Java microservices architecture is becoming increasingly popular. However, Gartner predicts that 90% of organizations will find them disruptive and make the switch to miniservices by the end of 2019. Enterprises are looking for the way out of the monolith and macroservices to plan for microservice nirvana, unaware of the high likelihood for failure. As is with most technology, a one-size-fits-all approach won’t suffice for your Java applications. While microservices may work for some Java shops, alternative hybrid solutions are out there that provide the agility and improved productivity Java developers are looking for. Join Rod Cope, CTO at Perforce Software, as he discusses:
- Key differences between enterprise architectures
- Which make sense and when for your Java applications
- DevOps and organizational structure
Making the Move to Microservices
In part two of our microservices webinar series, Rod Cope explores the move from monolith to microservices and which strategies work best for Java developers.
Microservices Trends in Java Development Report
We recently asked Java developers how they are using microservices in their main projects. Get information on which frameworks and tools developers are using and stats on average rebuild and restart time in our free eBook.