Oracle has introduced Project Helidon, an open source microservices framework for Java.
Helidon features a collection of Java libraries for writing microservices that will run on a web core powered by the Netty network application framework. The project also includes Helidon Reactive WebServer, which provides a functional programming model to run on Netty. Cloud application development is supported, along with health checks, metrics, tracing, and fault tolerance.
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Oracle said that although it is already possible to build Java EE (Enterprise Edition) microservices, it is better to have a framework designed for this purpose. The intent has been to build lightweight libraries that do not require an application server and can be used in Java SE (Standard Edition).
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