Virtualization Technology News and Information
Article
RSS
Object Computing's New Framework to Rival Spring Boot for Building Microservices and Serverless Apps

Today, St. Louis-based solutions engineering firm Object Computing, Inc. (OCI) announced the first release candidate (RC1) for Micronaut, a new framework for building microservice and serverless applications.

Micronaut was built by the same software engineering team that developed and maintains the open source web application framework, Grails, used by Fortune 100 and 500 organizations across the globe.

Organizations migrating from on-premises, monolithic application architectures to cloud-native, microservice architectures will experience significant gains in efficiency thanks to Micronaut's robust range of capabilities. Micronaut enables organizations to optimize the development and deployment of mission-critical microservice applications by enhancing developer productivity and simplifying software testing.

Micronaut RC1 includes a rich set of features, including dependency injection, AOP, and configuration management, which significantly optimize compute resources and enable simple deployment to cloud environments. Additional features include an innovative compile-time annotation processing engine, support for common discovery services, distributed tracing tools, cloud runtimes, and more.

"Micronaut is a better fit for building microservices than Grails or Spring Boot in part because Micronaut does not depend on the runtime reflection inherent in Spring-based solutions," said Micronaut co-founder, Jeff Brown. "Runtime reflection is expensive in terms of runtime performance and memory consumption. With Micronaut, we've eliminated runtime reflection, which enables highly performant applications with minimal memory footprint."

Micronaut was unveiled by co-founder, Graeme Rocher, at Greach Conference in Madrid on March 16, 2018, and open sourced on Github on May 23, 2018.

Find more details at objectcomputing.com/micronaut 
Published Monday, October 01, 2018 9:42 AM by David Marshall
Comments
There are no comments for this post.
To post a comment, you must be a registered user. Registration is free and easy! Sign up now!
Calendar
<October 2018>
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
30123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031123
45678910