TEM currently supports microservice applications written in Java. You can make Docker images for non-microservice applications and uploading them to TEM. In this way, you can deploy applications written in any language in TEM.
TEM features non-intrusive integration with no business code changes required, which greatly reduces the migration costs. Taking Spring Cloud applications with Eureka or ZooKeeper as the registry as an example, when you migrate them to TEM, you don't need to make any changes, which implements smooth migration imperceptible to users.
TEM makes resources serverless, so that you no longer need to estimate the capacity or purchase machine resources. In addition, it also enables quick application deployment, automated monitoring, service governance, and other capabilities, lowering the OPS threshold of your microservices and thus implementing OPS-free operations.
TEM supports auto scaling at finer resource granularities down to 0.25 CPU cores, which greatly reduces you resource costs.
TEM currently provides basic monitoring capabilities (in the CPU and memory dimensions) and will add more metrics in business dimensions such as QPS, response delay, and slow query in the future.
TEM is perfectly compatible with other Tencent Cloud services such as TencentDB for Redis and CKafka for unrestricted access.