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This Spring Boot Microservices training course will show you how Boot, which is built on top of the Spring Framework, garners all the benefits of Spring's maturity, while decorating the complexities of the underlying framework with opinionated fixtures that aid in the development of microservices.
Much of Spring Boot is aimed at developer productivity by making common concepts, like RESTful HTTP and embedded web application runtimes, easy to wire up and use.
In many respects, it also aims to serve as a "micro-framework", by enabling developers to pick-and-choose the parts of the framework they need, without being overwhelmed by bulky or otherwise unnecessary runtime dependencies. This also enables Boot applications to be packaged into small units of deployment, and the framework is able to use build systems to generate those deployables as runnable Java archives.
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