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Kubernetes-native Java with low memory footprint, fast boot times for microservices and serverless applications.
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What is Quarkus?
Quarkus is a Kubernetes-native Java framework crafted from best-of-breed Java libraries and standards with amazingly fast boot times and incredibly low RSS memory (not just heap size!) in container orchestration platforms like Kubernetes.
Docs & APIs
- Release notes for Red Hat build of Quarkus 1.3
- Getting started with Red Hat build of Quarkus
- Creating Quarkus applications with Apache Maven
- Deploying Quarkus applications on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform
The Red Hat build of Quarkus is based on the popular Quarkus community project. If you have a new feature request, want to create an extension, or want to create an extension, or want to apply your skills toward a project, consider getting involved.
Quarkus cheat sheets
Quarkus & Kubernetes I Cheat Sheet
Quarkus & Kubernetes II Cheat Sheet
Writing a Kubernetes Operator in Java Cheat Sheet
Quarkus Reactive Messaging Streams Cheat Sheet
Quarkus & Observability Cheat Sheet
Quarkus Testing Cheat Sheet
The latest on Quarkus
Learn a simpler way to write and apply business activity rules, using rule units in the Drools Rules Language (DRL) and the Kogito engine to automate business rules.
Get an overview of new support for Kogito's cloud-native runtime engine and tooling in Red Hat Decision Manager and Red Hat Process Automation Manager, then see a quick example integrating Kogito with Quarkus for fast, lightweight decision services.
In this introduction to Drogue IoT, learn how to implement firmware that can communicate with Quarkus applications in the cloud using the LoRaWAN protocol.
The developer team behind the 2021 Red Hat Summit keynote demonstrates how they used the Red Hat Data Grid Operator to create a global Data Grid cluster, which appeared as a single service to online gamers accessing scores on a hybrid cloud platform.
Get a guided tour of Quarkus quick starts: An easy and free way to fast-track your learning and start developing and deploying Java-based, cloud-native microservices on Red Hat OpenShift.
Building a real-time leaderboard with Red Hat Data Grid and Quarkus on a hybrid Kubernetes deployment
Get a closer look at the keynote demonstration from Red Hat Summit 2021, Part 1. This article reveals the architecture of a hybrid-cloud leaderboard built using Quarkus, Kubernetes, and what Burr Sutter calls “that Red Hat Data Grid magic.”
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