Future of Cloud Native Java is Native Java

Some have said that Java is too "big" and too "slow" for a cloud native microservices or serverless architecture that leverages ephemeral Linux containers, that flow quickly through a CI/CD pipeline, canary deployed via a service mesh. Here, we will introduce you to a new way of running Java in Cloud, in Kubernetes/OpenShift with Quarkus leveraging GraalVM or vanilla Hotspot on OpenJDK.


Comments

Be the first to comment !



Related Posts


SPEC INDIA , 4 months, 3 weeks ago

Infrastructure As Code: A Devops Way To Manage IT Infrastructure

Just a few years ago, the server used to occupy rooms and floors. Dedicated full-time resources w..

Joseph Holbrook , 4 months, 2 weeks ago

How to Install Facebook Libra Testnet on Google Cloud Platform(GCP)

Deploying Facebook Libra testnet on Google Cloud Platform is a simple process that will take abou..

4 months, 2 weeks ago

Google to Acquire Elastifile

The combination of Elastifile and Google Cloud will help businesses bring traditional workloads i..

Ron Miller , 4 months, 2 weeks ago

Stackery Lets AWS Lambda Developers Debug Their Serverless Programs Locally on a Laptop

Serverless developers have always faced a steep challenge when it comes to writing code on their ..

4 months, 2 weeks ago

Gitlab And Google Webcast - Running Containerized Applications on Modern Serverless Platforms

In this webcast, we'll walk through some of the benefits and challenges of using cloud-vendor-spe..

Vineet Agarwal , 4 months, 1 week ago

On-premises Serverless Architecture

Serverless architecture is one of the most sought after technologies today in Software Architectu..

-->