Who will win? Spring Boot or Quarkus.

In the era of containers (the “Docker Age“) Java still keeps alive, being struggling for it or not. Java has always been (in)famous regarding its performance, most of because of the abstraction layers between the code and the real machine, the cost of being multi-platform (Write once, run anywhere — remember this?), with a JVM in-between (JVM: software machine that simulates what a real machine does).

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Nowadays, with the Microservice Architecture, perhaps it does not make sense anymore, nor any advantage, build something multi-platform (interpreted) for something that will always run on the same place and platform (the Docker Container — Linux environment). Portability is now less relevant (maybe more than ever), those extra level of abstraction is not important.

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