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It is clear that the direction of software development is primarily moving to the Cloud and using Microservices as a way to do this in a flexible, scalable manner.

This white paper illustrates why Java is the obvious choice for microservices, as it has a number of distinct advantages over other languages. However, by using a traditional JVM, several deployment issues must be carefully considered when choosing an application architecture.

Zing is a modern JVM that uses different internal algorithms for garbage collection. When combined with technology to effectively eliminate the warm-up phase of microservice performance, Zing becomes a clear choice for use in modern Java application development