It is clear that the direction of software development is primarily moving to the cloud, with microservices as a way to do this flexibly and scalably.
Java, one the most popular programming language on the planet, is an obvious choice for developing microservices. Java Microservices also provide several advantages over those developed in other languages.
However, using a traditional Java Virtual Machine (JVM), several deployment issues must be carefully considered when choosing an application architecture. Discover how to improve scalability, consistency and performance in this paper.