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Enterprise, java is more popular than ever, propelled in large part by the open source Spring framework and its various related projects. So what is Spring and why do developers love it? We all know that software is the engine that drives organizations from internal operations to the crucial interactions with customers and stakeholders.
Developers create this software under constant pressure to ship new applications and features to meet the ever-changing needs of the business. But they do this in a technical environment that's in a constant state of change and evolution.
This increases developer pressure even more. How do they create and feel desperately needed capabilities faster and ensure that both their applications and the critical infrastructure needed to run them are provably, robust, reliable, scalable, resilient, and secure?
Simply put, most Java developers accomplish this formidable feat by developing the Spring. Spring makes short work of unproductive ceremonies on boilerplate so that developers can focus upon creating real business value for their organisations and customers.
Spring makes developers insanely productive and happy. Over time, Spring has grown with the industry and developers needs, building on their existing Java development skills, giving them new building blocks to create with without having to relearn what they already know in a new language or toolset.
With Spring, you can develop in Java or Kotlin with equal ease, building and deploying performance applications that support every conceivable use case web, apps, microservices, serverless. Check. Easily deployable to every major public cloud and on-premises environment check.