A web-based tool to get you started writing microservices that run on WebSphere Liberty.
Adam Pilkington has more thoughts about deconstructing monolithic applications into a microservices architecture.
The December Liberty beta includes support for Web Services Atomic Transactions, OSGi in Java EE 7 technologies, and updates to REST API discovery.
If you want to build new, responsive applications running in the cloud, or move your existing WAS applications into the cloud, we've got all your bases covered. Find out how to get started with the WAS and Liberty in the cloud, quickly deploy a sample directly from Github, and more...
An overview of how to take existing code from an application and evolve it into a cloud-based service hosted by IBM Bluemix.
The first in a series of articles to examine what it means for a Java EE developer to evolve a monolithic application into a microservices architecture. The existing Plants By WebSphere sample is used as a representative monolithic application.
A modern application server for hosting Java EE and OSGi applications during development, test, and production.
- Starts and stops quickly, typically in a few seconds.
- Requires little memory and disk space.
- Simple to configure with an XML file. Include only the capabilities required by your applications.
- Responds dynamically to application updates and server configuration changes.
- Built using IBM technologies and open source software packages from organizations such as Apache, Eclipse, and OW2.