We’re pleased to announce the release of a new pattern, Deploy MicroProfile-based Java microservices on Kubernetes. Modern computing has made a fundamental shift to cloud and microservices. The evolution of the cloud has reduced time to market, addressed unpredictable loads, and introduced container-based architecture. Microservices have brought with them a reference architecture and new guidelines around how to deliver features more quickly with smaller, more agile teams. Microservices also emphasize the delivery of business features as discrete services, and they are able to scale services independently. According to one IDC survey, 60 percent of new applications will use cloud-enabled continuous delivery microservice architectures, devOps, and containers. The Java community has been using Enterprise Java technologies like Java EE within a microservices architecture for quite a while now, and in some really innovative ways. This innovation has resulted in multiple approaches, both in product implementations and design patterns.