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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Insights From State Of Spring 2020 Survey

From a strategy perspective the State Of Spring 2020 survey https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/ebooks/state-of-spring-2020 - a

:spring-1844:  survey of 1024  :spring-1844: developers -  is a must read.   Here is the TL;DRTop 10  insights here as it pertains to :kubernetes: (:java: => :container_runtime: ) GTM

  • The majority of the growth in Spring Boot applications, will come from new projects (82%), followed by enhancements to existing apps (56%), and migration of legacy apps (53%).
  • By far the largest use case for Spring is now development of internal and external APIs
  • Almost all respondents (95%) will containerize their Spring Boot apps, with 65% already doing so and a further 30% planning to.
  • Of the 95% of Spring users that are containerizing their apps, 44% have already deployed on Kubernetes, and a further 31% plan to do so within the next 12 months. Migration of containerized Spring Boot apps to Kubernetes is well underway, and most plan to complete the migration in a 12-month time window
  • Other than core-spring and spring-boot, Spring Security, Spring Data and Spring MVC are the top projects with Spring-webflux getting a honorable mention
  • Reactive (Project Reactor) and Serverless (Spring Cloud Functions) significantly lag the use of spring for microservices
  • Spring Cloud Portfolio is popular. 1) Spring Cloud Services 2) Spring Cloud Gateway 3) Spring Cloud Data Flow
  • Respondents recognize that the scale, strength and diversity of the open source Spring ecosystem is one of the greatest assets of the platform.
  • Developers struggle to understand what all the components do and how to apply them, while a smaller group are looking for greater runtime efficiencies for their Spring-based applications like reduced memory footprint and start time.
  • Enthusiasm for GraalVM is growing, with 14% already using it to some degree whilst another 26% plan to use it, enabling a reduction in memory usage and faster startup times.

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