Emily Jiang (IBM), a Liberty Architect for MicroProfile and CDI, and one of the most influential people in MicroProfile, was interviewed by Adam Bien (airhacks.fm podcast), one of the most eminent Java Champions. The main topic was MicroProfile.
Adam was not sure about MicroProfile when MicroProfile 1.0 was first released. However, in the last year, MicroProfile has had three releases with eight brand-new specifications, which got Adam’s attention. Some of his clients requested him to use MicroProfile. He started using MicroProfile specifications and loved them.
In this interview, Adam asks Emily about the past, present, and future of MicroProfile. They also talk about reducing the footprint with OpenLiberty, OSGi, Apache Aries Apache Aries, the beginnings of MicroProfile.io, OpenLiberty MicroProfile implementation, writing MicroProfile specs, combining Java EE 8 and MicroProfile.io, the added value of fault tolerance, health, metrics, configuration, the process of introducing new APIs to MicroProfile, MicroProfile at GitHub, Java EE Concurrency Utilities and MicroProfile, OpenLiberty Guides, commercial support for OpenLiberty and MicroProfile by IBM, Reactive Microprofile, the relation between Jakarta EE and MicroProfile, and MicroProfile standardisation.
Listen to learn about the history and future of MicroProfile, along with some interesting discussions on Open Liberty:
This podcast is also available on iTunes.
- Learn more about Adam Bien.
- “Models to build the best microservices for Java” (2017): Emily Jiang discusses how to establish Java programming models to build the best microservices for the programming language, services that are portable among different application servers.
- MicroProfile.io community