Java Applications became the go-to preference of most developers because of the write-once-run-anywhere advantage it gave over other languages. And it didn’t take much time for Java to become the language for the enterprise. Consequently, most enterprises are still running legacy Java Monoliths on their infrastructure.
Breaking up a monolith is not an easy process–nor is it something that every company should do just because they have a monolith. In some cases, a monolith is just fine. But sometimes, you do need to decompose a monolith as the complexity of the monolith grows and leads to longer release cycles or scalability issues. Breaking down into microservices is a natural way to shift legacy applications to the cloud.
vFunction is an artificial intelligence platform that assesses, analyzes, helps you design microservices and then automatically creates those microservices for you. So it’s an end-to-end platform from analysis to the actual creation of the code of those microservices with their respective APIs. While vFunction started with Java, they are expanding these capabilities to other platforms as well. Moti Rafalin who is the CEO of vFunction and Amir Rapson who is the CTO of vFunction join us today.
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