Red Hat build of Quarkus

Kubernetes-native Java with low memory footprint and fast boot times for microservices and serverless applications.

Overview

Quarkus is a Kubernetes-native Java stack for microservices and serverless development due to its fast startup times, low memory footprint, and small application size.

Creating applications for the hybrid cloud can be a challenge. Developers need to handle data persistence, integrate disparate services, ensure application security, and much more. An orchestrated development environment accelerates the creation and deployment of applications across both public and private clouds allowing developers to build once and deploy anywhere.

Quarkus is an ideal Java framework for the hybrid cloud because of its ability to support both traditional and cloud-native architectures. Quarkus is designed to optimize Java for container environments, and as a result, can significantly increase developer productivity and reduce operational costs.

 

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Quarkus where? Everywhere.

Red Hat is committed to supporting Java developers who use Quarkus to create applications for the hybrid cloud by making Quarkus readily available through a number of product entitlements.

Run Quarkus on your laptop with Red Hat CodeReady Containers, or layer it into your development process.

Use cases

IoT edge

IoT edge

IoT makes it easy to connect devices and cloud-based applications.

Serverless functions

Serverless functions

Optimized scaling with a better developer experience...plus, it connects everywhere.

Event-driven

Event-driven

Design applications and services to respond to real-time information.

Kube-native

Kube-native

Automate and integrate with Kuberenetes Operators.