Microservices Continue to Disrupt Java
January 8, 2020
Software released results of a global survey of nearly 400 Java
development professionals. Key findings show ongoing effects of
microservices adoption on Java technology choices, application
performance, and developer productivity.
The survey also found that 51% of Java development professionals are tasked with non-functional performance requirements, with only 6% completely satisfied with their understanding of performance within microservices applications.
For those considering microservices for a decrease in deployment times, the survey also found that over 48% of developers are experiencing redeploy times of over four minutes per application redeploy. This is drag on developer productivity and limits the pace of innovation.
continue to have an enormous impact on application strategies,” said Tim
Russell, Chief Product Officer of Perforce, “and it is clear that
companies that do not adopt tools and processes that enable developers
to assess and quickly respond to these challenges will struggle to
realize the full potential of this architecture — including an increased
pace of innovation.”