In other findings, eventual consistency for cloud and microservices applications was favored by 514 respondents who found it very important and 468 who found it important. Multi-tenancy, critical to cloud deployments, was rated very important by 377 respondents and important by 390 survey takers. JSON-P was rated as very important by 576 respondents, while 781 gave this same rating to JSON-B. Standardizing NoSQL database support for cloud and microservices applications was rated very important by 489 respondents and important by 373 of those surveyed, and 582 respondents thought it was very important that Java EE 9 investigate the modularization of EE containers.
The greatest number of the survey's respondents -- more than 700 -- had more than eight years' experiences developing with Java EE, while 680 had from two to eight years of experience.
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