Java Champion, Red Hatter. Speaker, Teacher, CoAuthor of Testing Java Microservice, Quarkus Cookbook, Securing Kubernetes Secrets books.
Quarkus. A Bliss for developers
Everyone is excited about Quarkus, the Kubernetes Native Java stack that lets you create Java applications with a small memory footprint and amazingly fast boot time (just some milliseconds) offering near-instant scale-up and high-density memory utilization in container orchestration platforms like Kubernetes and a perfect match for serverless. But these capabilities are useful at runtime, but what does Quarkus offer to developers to use at development time?
Securing Kubernetes Secrets
Everyone is talking about microservices and serverless architecture and how to deploy them using cluster managers like Kubernetes. But, what about the secrets? The current trend increases the number of secrets required to run our services. This places a new level of maintenance on our security teams. How can we share and manage the secrets(certificates, passwords, SSH, API keys) for our services in this dynamic scenario, where instances are started automatically, where there are multiple instances of the same services for scalability reasons? Are you keeping up?
Best Practices for Kube-Native Java Apps Workshop
Developers can deploy almost any Java application to Kubernetes. But how easy is it to build a container image? What about creating YAML files? What about putting it into production? And how efficient is it going to be?
Join us on this full-day workshop to learn the best way to manage Java application resources on Kubernetes efficiently. Some of the things you will master:
How to create applications that are Kube-Native
How to leverage existing tools to be more productive when developing Java applications
How to adapt application configuration for smooth Kubernetes deployment
How to define custom health checks
Sizing resource limits and requests
Kubernetes and Java integration testing
And much more!