Java Microservices in the Cloud with Zing and Kubernetes
In this on-demand webinar, we'll look at how the Zing JVM from Azul can be deployed into different clouds to enable Java-based microservice applications using Kubernetes.
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Many applications are now being developed using a microservices architecture, moving from monolithic designs to ones built from well defined, isolated components. Although this is a good starting point, how these individual services work together to deliver the required functionality requires orchestration. Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration system for automating deployment, scaling and management of such applications.
In this on-demand webinar, we'll look at how the Zing JVM from Azul can be deployed into different clouds to enable Java-based microservice applications using Kubernetes to take advantage of the performance enhancements it provides.
Unlike other JVMs, Zing has a truly pauseless garbage collector delivering predictable low latency performance, essential for these types of application. We'll also explore the way that Zing can improve overall performance through the Falcon JIT compiler and improve the startup time of microservices using ReadyNow.
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