ADT: Typesafe (Now Lightbend) Unveils Java Platform for Microservices
February 23, 2016
Lightbend (formerly known as Typesafe) today unveiled a new framework for Java developers creating microservices-based applications. Dubbed Lagom, the open source framework was built with technologies from the company's Reactive Platform, including the Play Web framework, the Akka message-driven runtime, and the ConductR deployment orchestrator. It was designed, the company said, to "reduce the risk and accelerate the transition to a microservices architecture for traditional Java enterprises."
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