Spring Cloud is a framework for building microservice applications with Spring but also includes support for non-functional microservices capabilities such as configuration management, service discovery, resiliency, load balancing, distributed logging, and so on. The main goal of Spring Cloud is to allow developers to quickly build microservices along with common cloud development patterns. Spring Cloud accomplishes this by providing a rich collection of Java APIs and services for microservices development.
A frequently asked question is how does Quarkus with OpenShift handle the Spring Cloud capabilities? In this session, Patrik Plachý will show you how Quarkus with OpenShift efficiently allows developers to integrate non-functional microservices capabilities into Kubernetes resources in Kubernetes Native way.
Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat
Patrik started as a developer in C and later in C ++, Pascal and Python. He later programmed modules for Oracle Database and moved on to code design for Backends. He has helped customers deploy Enterprise systems and in recent years has focused on Linux, Clusterware and High Availability. He is currently employed as a Senior Solution Architect at Red Hat, where he specializes in container development and its deployment on customer side in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
|10:00 - 10:10||Welcome and Introductions|
|10:10 - 10:30||Overview1|
|10:30 - 10:50||Overview2|
|10:50 - 11:00||Q&A|