Let’s get started with cloud native Java applications on Kubernetes

Getting started with cloud native development using Microservices and Java can still be challenging. Kubernetes and Microservices are not new, but there are still a lot of possibilities to move existing or build new applications to be cloud native, especially for Java.

For this reason @Niklas and @Harald started to create an open source project, to get started with cloud native Java applications on Kubernetes. I am also contributing to this cloud native GitHub project that contains a hands-on workshop. By the way it is also released as series on IBM Developer.

In the image below you can see the stars ⭐️ of the project.


The sample Microservices application is not too simple and not too complex for an introduction to cloud native development with Java.

The awesome project has ongoing growing content and it already has 139 stars ⭐️ on GitHub.

I created a youtube video as a teaser of the workshop and the core project, to give a fast  3 min overview about the current state.

By the way, this video is the first 3-minute YouTube video of the teaser videos series “Let’s get started with cloud native Java applications on Kubernetes hands-on workshop” I plan to record.

Check it out:

If the workshop fits to your interests, join us doing the hands-on workshop live together at the meetup in Berlin on 03.09.2019.


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



PS: You can try out Cloud Foundry Apps or Kubernetes on IBM Cloud. 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.

#kubernetes, #Java, #ibmdeveloper, #ibmcloud, #cloudnativestarter, #cns

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