How to build and run a Hello World Java Microservice

The repo cloud-native-starter contains an end-to-end sample application that demonstrates how to develop your first cloud-native applications. Two of the microservices have been developed with Java EE and MicroProfile. To simplify the creation of new Java EE microservices, I've added another very simple service that can be used as template for new services. (more…)
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Persistence for Java Microservices in Kubernetes via JPA

Over the last weeks I've worked on an example application that demonstrates how Java EE developers can get started with microservices. The application is a full end-to-end sample which includes a web application, business logic, authentication and now also persistence. It runs on Kubernetes and Istio and there are scripts to easily deploy it. (more…)
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Authorization in Microservices with MicroProfile

I've been working on an example that demonstrates how to get started with cloud-native applications as a Java developer. The example is supposed to be a full end-to-end sample application which includes the topis authentication and authorization, since that functionality is required by most applications. This article describes how to check authorization in microservices implemented with Java EE and Eclipse MicroProfile. (more…)
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Example Java App running in the Cloud via Kubernetes

Over the last weeks I've worked on a new sample application which demonstrates how to build microservices-based architectures. While there are still some minor things I'd like to add, I think the sample is pretty comprehensive now and a good option for developers, especially Java EE developers, to learn microservices and cloud-native patterns. (more…)
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