„Let’s get started with cloud native Java applications on Kubernetes“ Our hands-on workshop is ready to rumble!

Our hands-on workshop: „Let’s get started with cloud native Java applications on Kubernetes“ , is ready to rumble!


After all the effort Niklas and Harald did to deliver that awesome and valuable content of the “Cloud Native Starter” open sourced GitHub project, I contribute to that (ongoing) project with this hands-on workshop based on all the given great materials of blog posts, manuals and documentation which is available in the internet.

The outcome is an easy to consume hands-on workshop. The workshop  provides a wide but concentrated introduction to Java development with MicroProfile, Kubernetes, Containers, REST APIs, Traffic management, and Resiliency that is relevant for developers who want more hands-on practical cloud native development introduction of the usage of these technologies.

I would say, this workshop is a must have for beginners who start with cloud native Java applications on Kubernetes. We all put a lot of effort in this project to make that easy to consume.

I am happy to deliver the workshop next week for the first time.

The workshop uses a free Kubernetes Cluster on IBM Cloud. Feel free to try the hands-on workshop by your own and provide feedback.  I love to welcome all your constructive feedbacks and different points of views, so that I can make this workshop even better.

You can visit us at the WeAreDeveloper conference to get a promo code to use the free IBM Kubernetes Cluster and you can visit the session “HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR FIRST CLOUD-NATIVE APPLICATIONS WITH JAVA” on Friday of Niklas and Harald.

I hope this was useful for you and let’s see what’s next?



PS: By the way, you can use the IBM Cloud for free, if you simply create an IBM Lite account. Here you only need an e-mail address.

#CloudNativeStarter, #CNS, #Kubernetes, #MicroProfile, #Java, #Containers, #REST API, #IBMDeveloper, #WeAreDeveloper


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