Date: July 16, 2020
Time: 16:00 UTC / 12:00 PM EDT
Abstract: In a time where container image building tools outnumber application frameworks, and deployment descriptors are lengthier than a small app, "deployment" is the stage where developer fun goes to die. In a less dramatic tone: The options and complexity of containerizing and deploying an application is, to say the least, a distraction for most developers. But it doesn't have to be. Quarkus provides extensions that help developers eliminate those distractions by making smart choices for them and by integrating with the rest of the Quarkus ecosystem. This demonstration will show that in Quarkusland, Kubernetes is not a killjoy but part of the fun, by providing a concise experience as you mix and match support for various platforms (vanilla Kubernetes & OpenShift) with image building solutions (Docker, Jib & S2i).
Speakers: Ioannis Kanellos
Ioannis has more than 15 years experience as a Java developer, nine of which are as a full time OpenSource developer. He is a member of the Apache Software Foundation, with contribution to numerous projects as a committer and PMC member. He is currently working as a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat as part of the Red Hat Spring team, where he spends most of his time implementing tools and frameworks related to Kubernetes, OpenShift and Spring Boot. He is also the creator of Spring Cloud Kubernetes, Fabric8 Kubernetes Framework, Dekorate and Apache Karaf Cellar.