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Hi, I am new to Jboss, want to know if micro services architecture is a right choice on JBOSS. I cannot change the application server as it is decided by client architect and I have no choice.
Want to know whether we can develop micro services with underlying JBOSS application server.

I understand Spring boot comes with embedded tomcat container, which makes it flexible to stop and start, deploy individual service with no impact to other services.
However will that architecture works with JBoss too.

Please suggest.

Thanks,
 
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From spring boot documentation:"You can also deploy Spring Boot applications to any Servlet 3.0+ compatible container." Does JBoss version you are targeting support Servlet 3.0 specification?
 
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We are using jboss EAP 6, and as per JBoss support matrix it is servlet 3.0 compliant
 
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So there should not be problems using Spring Boot.
 
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