Building Container-ready native applications with Quarkus

Here is our second tutorial about QuarkusIO. Today we will learn how to create native executable applications with amazingly fast start up time. Next we will create a Container image of it and deploy it on a Cloud Platform (Openshift) In our first tutorial – Getting started with Quarkus – we have learnt that Quarkus … Read more

Getting started with QuarkusIO

This tutorial will introduce you to QuarkusIO, the latest framework for building supersonic Java applications. In this tutorial we will have first a short introduction to what is Quarkus . Then, we will cover the basic installation steps. Finally, we will build a minimal Quarkus application.

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gRPC made easy with Quarkus

This article discusses how to create applications with the gRPC framework and Quarkus. We will reuse the sample Service definition from first Java gRPC application and run it as Quarkus REST application. Defining the gRPC Service Firstly, we recommend reading this article for an introduction to the gRPC framework: Getting started with gRPC on Java … Read more

How to use Camel extensions in Quarkus

Camel is the open source swiss knife framework for integration, with over 300 components allowing the integration between external systems. In this article we will learn how to use Camel extensions for Quarkus to build powerful Java Integrations.

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Deploying Quarkus applications on OpenShift

This tutorial explores how you can deploy Quarkus applications in containers and, more specifically, on OpenShift Paas Cloud platforms There are different approaches to deploy Quarkus applications on OpenShift. In this tutorial we will discuss them in detail. Start by checking out this example, which is an example of JAX-RS application which uses Hibernate ORM … Read more