Better software, faster.

June 04, 2020

Building serverless Java
applications using
Micronaut and OpenFaaS

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When working on microservices in the Java ecosystem, especially using Spring (Boot), you will notice the long start-up time that applications will have, let alone the high memory consumption they will have. The overhead of each single microservice will eventually take its costs on the system. Looking at a framework such as Micronaut could help out to reduce this overhead without losing any developer's productivity. Not only "classic" applications can be built using Micronaut, but also serverless applications, functions, can be built and deployed on a cloud environment or on Kubernetes using OpenFaaS. Let's dive into it!

by Paulien van Alst | OpenValue
May 21, 2020

Why we gave 50+ tech talks
at 19 conferences

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We started OpenValue almost 2 years ago. One of the key values of our company is sharing knowledge. Next to fun and craftsmanship. This all comes together with our activities in the international Java community. I’ll explain why.

by Roy Wasse | OpenValue