The Microservice in this workshop is kept as simple as possible, so that it can be used as a starting point for other Microservices. The Microservice has been developed with Java EE, OpenLiberty and Eclipse MicroProfile.
The objective of this blog post is to share with you an extract of a "simple" example project on GitHub I created to get started with: How to access a Java Microservice using the Open Source Identity and Access Management with Keycloak and JavaWebToken (JWT). In that project I want to ... ... secure … Continue reading Getting started to secure a simple Java Microservice with Keycloak, MicroProfile and OpenLiberty
This blog post has the focus on: how to develop a JUnit test for the Authors microservice from the Cloud Native Starter example and run both the Authors microservice and the JUnit test on OpenLiberty in the development mode. That blog post hasn't the objective to be a blueprint or a 'how to guide' for … Continue reading Write and execute a JUnit test for a Java microservice based on MicroProfile and run both in the OpenLiberty development mode
In this blog post I want to show, how to setup a local remote Java development container for Eclipse MicroProfile with OpenLiberty in Visual Studio Code. I did that for the Authors microservice from the Cloud Native Starter project with MicroProfile 3.2, OpenJDK Java 11, and the latest OpenLiberty version. That blog post is structured … Continue reading Run a MicroProfile Microservice on OpenLiberty in a Remote development container in Visual Studio Code
Today I created a YouTube video, where I developed one Microservice. The level of content of that video is for beginners. The video was "live" recorded and I made some minimal editing and the video takes 18 min. The recoding is related to Java Microservices with MicroProfile and OpenLiberty in Visual Studio Code . The source code is available in … Continue reading Create one Java Microservice with OpenLiberty and MicroProfile – made for beginners
In this blog post I want to show the easy setup of an own MicroProfile/OpenLiberty project with MicroProfileStarter . From my perspective that is very useful for new Java developers, who want to build microservices. The prerequisite is, you have installed maven and Java on your local machine. You can use for more information the MicroProfileStarter it self and … Continue reading Fast setup of a Java microservice project with MicroProfileStarter
I recorded a new 3-minute video for my “Let's get started with cloud native Java applications on Kubernetes hands-on workshop” teaser video series on youtube. This short 3-minute teaser video is about: how build a container for a miroservice in context of the cloud native starter project and workshop on GitHub. Check it out: You can get … Continue reading How to build a container – a short teaser video