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
Learn how to create indexes in Red Hat Data Grid to make caches work faster and a Spring Boot application to query a cache.
Setting up a Data Grid for application cache data storage allows it to access and process in-memory data, improving the end user experience. Learn more.
Use the open source wkhtmltopdf utility to load data into an HTML template and generate PDF reports and other documents from a Spring Boot application.
Learn more about Gradle plugins in Eclipse JKube, and discover how to use them to create a Java application for vanilla Kubernetes or an OpenShift cluster.
Learn how Quarkus enables test-driven development (TDD) with built-in continuous testing, where tests run immediately after code changes are saved.
Learn why Quarkas is great for Kubernetes-native Java applications, including a faster and more efficient development process, and compare Quarkas and Spring.