Migrating From Java EE To Cloud-Native Reactive Systems
The End Of The Heavyweight Era...
A lot of businesses that never before considered themselves as “technology companies” are now faced with digital modernization imperatives that force them to rethink their application and infrastructure architecture. On the path to becoming a digital, on-demand provider, development speed is the ultimate competitive advantage.
This presents challenges to many organizations that have huge investments in legacy Java EE infrastructure, where technical debt and monolithic system architectures require modernization in order to confront various business risks. Usually, changes need to be made within existing frameworks to keep pace with new web-scale organizations.
If your legacy monolith is no longer serving the expanding needs of your business, then join Markus Eisele, Director of Developer Advocacy at Lightbend, to learn what you can do to migrate from Java EE to cloud-native, Reactive systems—as defined by the Reactive Manifesto. We review:
- What makes Java EE a poor fit for modern, cloud-native application development
- Why the world is evolving from Java EE to real-time streaming applications, often deployed to the cloud
- How you can start to replace Java EE with cloud-native Reactive applications to get a faster ROI
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Check out the full white paper on this topic by Markus and James Roper from Lightbend's office of the CTO, titled "From Java EE To Cloud Native: The End Of The Heavyweight Era". Download your copy today!