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IBM open sources WebSphere to support Java microservices

 
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IBM open sources WebSphere Liberty code to support Java microservices and cloud-native apps...
Full article here https://developer.ibm.com/dwblog/2017/websphere-liberty-java-open-source/
 
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Generally speaking, that's a good news; it shouldn't be unexpected because IBM is a supporter of Microprofile initiative.
Nevertheless, personally I think that I would choose Spring Boot for a microservices based application. I think that at the moment it's the most mature java-based option in that context.


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