Building more reliable and robust cloud-native Java microservices
Building more reliable and robust cloud-native apps can give you a competitive edge. The key to success in a cloud environment is to begin with technologies and tools that can work with your application platform, and simplify the process to build, deploy, and manage those applications.
MicroProfile is a set of community-driven specifications that aim to optimize JavaTM EE for implementing cloud-native microservice architectures. WildFly Swarm (soon to be renamed Thorntail) provides a full implementation of the MicroProfile specifications. Its lightweight container-ready runtime makes Wildfly Swarm the ideal solution for building modern cloud-native microservices in Java.
Join this webinar to learn:
- How to build and deploy Java microservices using WildFly Swarm, MicroProfile, and Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform.
- About these MicroProfile specifications: health checks, metrics, configuration, and fault tolerance.
- How these specifications can help developers build more reliable and robust microservices-based applications in the cloud.
Date: Thursday, July 19, 2018
Time: 9 a.m. ET & 2 p.m. ET
technical curriculum developer, Red Hat
Richard Allred is a technical curriculum developer for Red Hat training and is a Red Hat Certified Enterprise Application Developer. He co-authored the course, Red Hat Application Development II: Implementing Microservice Architectures (JB283). Richard has worked at Red Hat for 7 years, serving as a middleware consultant for 5 years before joining Red Hat Training in 2016.