Marc Nuri

Marc is an open-source enthusiast and software developer. Currently Marc is working as a senior software engineer at Red Hat in the Developer Tools team focusing on Java. He is leading the development efforts of Eclipse JKube and is part of the core maintainer team for Fabric8 Kubernetes client.

Areas of Expertise

Java, JavaScript, Maven, Middleware, Kubernetes, OpenShift

Recent Posts

Cloud-native Java applications made easy: Eclipse JKube 1.0.0 now available

Cloud-native Java applications made easy: Eclipse JKube 1.0.0 now available

After nine months of incubation with the Eclipse Foundation, Eclipse JKube 1.0.0 is finally here. This release marks the final deprecation of the great Fabric8 Maven Plugin (FMP) project. JKube is a complete replacement of FMP and includes all of the major features. Projects relying on FMP to create Apache Maven Java containers should migrate to Eclipse JKube to take full advantage of the new features, bug fixes, and upstream project maintenance described in this article.

JKube is a collection of plugins plus a standalone Java library that fit into your Maven project. If you have a Java project that needs to get deployed into Kubernetes or Red Hat OpenShift, this is the right tool for you. JKube takes care of everything related to the cluster deployment while you, as a developer, get to concentrate on implementing your application without worrying about where it needs to be deployed.

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Deploy your Java web application into the cloud using Eclipse JKube

Deploy your Java web application into the cloud using Eclipse JKube

Before we had Spring Boot and similar frameworks, a web app container was the main requirement for deploying Java web applications. We now live in the age of microservices, and many Java applications are developed on top of Quarkus, Thorntail, or Spring Boot. But some use cases still require an old-school web application.

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