I am proud to announce the Helidon 2.1.0 release. It’s a new minor release which introduces new features such as MicroProfile 3.3 support, new FaultTolerance implementation and @HelidonTest annotation, as well as bug fixes and performance improvements. The new version is available in Maven Central. See the full list of changes in the release notes.Continue reading
You’ve decided that migrating a monolith application to a microservice is the best approach to meet new application needs. Microservices are cloud native, scalable, and can be created in different languages for different services.
When you’re ready to migrate, you can use different strategies. Among the most common is the strangler pattern, often used with the anti-corruption layer pattern. Both design patterns deserve careful consideration.Continue reading
One major reason that many enterprises are thinking about migrating from monolith, on-premises applications to cloud native microservices is the cloud. The cloud provides many useful services, such as load balancers, monitoring and tracing tools, and auto-recovery—services that you’d have to implement and manage yourself if you didn’t use the cloud. Microservices are, in a way, designed for cloud, providing both scalability and portability. But should you convert your Java-based monolithic applications?Continue reading
After almost a year of development, three milestones, and two release candidates, Helidon 2.0 is finally out of the development cage and ready for GA. Yay!Continue reading