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Developing microservices: The supersonic subatomic way

Watch recording from December 17, 2020
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Red Hat® build of Quarkus makes creating microservice applications fun by improving developer experience and performance. Red Hat build of Quarkus addresses three of today’s biggest challenges associated with developing microservices in Java

  1. Optimizes the high overhead normally associated with starting and running Java virtual machines (JVMs)
  2. Improves microservices startup time with compile-time optimizations
  3. Integrates the large ecosystem of libraries and frameworks for adding capabilities to modern Java microservices

This webinar is a technical demonstration of the enhanced developer experience for Red Hat build of Quarkus. Learn how to create a Quarkus microservice from scratch, add features such as database integration or testing, and build serverless-ready native binaries.

This webinar will cover some of the most powerful features of Red Hat build of Quarkus, such as:

  • Straightforward application configuration.
  • Dramatically faster startup time.
  • Live coding updates.
  • Panache: One-line create, read, update, delete (CRUD) services. 
  • Testing microservices with ease.
  • Native compilation.


Live-event date: Thursday, December 17, 2020 | 10 a.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterwards.

Jordi Sola Alaball

Content Services Architect for Global Learning Services, Red Hat

Jordi joined Red Hat in 2018 as a Content Services Architect focused on Red Hat OpenShift® and application development. He helps to create and teach courses on Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat OpenShift Service Mesh, and Red Hat build of Quarkus. He is an active contributor to the open source community and speaker at several meetups. Prior to joining Red Hat, Jordi was already a seasoned OpenShift and DevOps subject matter expert and a Java developer with more than 15 years of experience.