State of Microservices 2020

Take part in the survey and let everybody know
how the real developers use microservices

What’s our goal?

When organising webinars on microservice architecture, we’ve realised how popular this subject is getting. Hundreds of software developers attended the events – and everybody had their own opinion on microservices, their favourite tools and design patterns.

This is why we've decided to let your voice be heard. We all know the theory – but how the reality of working with microservices looks like? How do you make use of this technology? How do you compare with other developers across the world? It’s time to describe the true State of Microservices in 2020.

Why should you take part in the survey?

Knowledge

You’ll co-create a report that’ll be available for everyone across the world, shedding more light on the state of microservices.

Community

When the report is ready, you’ll get the chance to compare yourself with other software developers like yourself.

Protips

You’ll definitely find inspiration in what people think, getting to know new tools and patterns – ready to use in your own work.

Share your view on
microservices

It will take around 5 minutes

Take part in the survey

Who’s behind the study?

The Software House

Custom software development company from Poland, organising free webinars and workshops on how to get the most from service-oriented architecture.

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ZEIT

The mission of ZEIT is to make cloud computing accessible to everyone. They build products for developers and designers, including ZEIT Now – the platform for serverless deployment.

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Cooperpress

Keeping developers informed since 2011, Cooperpress publishes weekly email newsletters to an audience of over 485,000 software engineers around the world.

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Richard Rodger

The founder and CEO of Voxgig, coder, speaker, the host of Microservices Meet-Up and the author of "The Tao of Microservices".

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Interested in the final report only?

You don’t develop microservices on a daily basis, but would like
to get the full, free State of Microservices report when it’s ready?