Spring Boot deployment on Kubernetes
Spring Boot gives you the runtimes you need to make Spring Framework-based applications.
Ever wondered how you could create truly micro microservices using your favorite Spring APIs? Ever wondered how to leverage your Spring skills to build serverless apps? Have you been left wanting to leverage the groundbreaking capabilities of GraalVM-native images without sacrificing your hard-earned Spring knowledge? This session will show you how Quarkus speaks Spring by live coding a Quarkus application using some of the most popular Spring features, which will then be converted to GraalVM-native image and deployed and scaled up in milliseconds on Kubernetes and OpenShift.
Spring Boot Articles
Find out why Spring developers are switching to Quarkus, and how to get started using the Kubernetes-native Java platform for your microservices.
Learn how to integrate your Spring Boot applications with Red Hat Integration Service Registry, based on the open source Apicurio Registry.
Follow a migration path from Spring Boot to Quarkus. The magic: Perform the migration without changing a single line of code. The madness: How was it done?
Set up a simple message broker integration for Red Hat AMQ and IBM MQ with Red Hat Fuse, Spring Boot, and Apache Camel's JMS component.
Get started with Migration Toolkit for Applications 5.1.0's improved user interface, new Operator, and support for migrating from Spring Boot to Quarkus.
In this DevNation Tech Talk, we refactor an application to microservices and use Kubernetes or OpenShift to deploy and manage it at scale on the cloud.