Another great independent article on how the app server is disappearing, with the ESB going along:

Micro services on light weight containers like Docker or maybe Dropwizard or Spring Boot are the end of the application server that served us so well last decade. If you can scale your application by starting a new process on a fresh VM you don’t need complex software to share resources. That means you don’t really need a lot of infrastructure. You can deploy small components with negligible overhead. Key-value data stores allow you to relax constraints on data that where imposed by relational databases. A service might support two versions of an interface at the same time. Combined with REST, a DNS and a load balancer this is the end of ESBs.

Interested in going one step further and moving into implementation? Download our JEE without application server vision to see some concrete tips on how this can work in Java…

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