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Getting started with Red Hat OpenShift on the IBM Cloud

Today (8/1/19) IBM announced the general availability of managed Red Hat OpenShift on the IBM Cloud. This article describes how developers can get started with OpenShift. OpenShift on the IBM Clou...

On IBM Developer: Reference Architecture for Microservices

Developers often feel overwhelmed when starting to write cloud-native applications with microservices. There are a lot of technologies that need to be understood first and it needs to be clear when...

Recording of Jakarta Tech Talk How to develop Microservices

Yesterday I presented in a Jakarta Tech Talk ‘How to develop your first cloud-native Applications with Java’. Below is the recording and the slides. In the talk I described the key cloud-native co...

Accessing private GitLab Repositories from OpenShift

One reason why OpenShift is popular is that it comes with several functionality out-of-the-box on top of Kubernetes, for example image repositories and pipelines. However one component that is miss...

Setting up a cloud-native Sample App on Minishift in an Hour

My colleague Harald Uebele and I have developed an end-to-end sample application to help developers to get started with developing microservices and deploying them to Kubernetes. We have documented...

How to develop Open Liberty Microservices on OpenShift

Open Liberty is a flexible Java application server. It comes with Eclipse MicroProfile which is a set of tools and APIs to build microservices. With these technologies I have created a simple hello...

Deploying Open Liberty Microservices to OpenShift

OKD, the open source upstream Kubernetes distribution embedded in OpenShift, provides several ways to make deployments of applications to Kubernetes for developers easy. Source to Image Previousl...

Source to Image Builder for Open Liberty Apps on OpenShift

OKD, the open source upstream Kubernetes distribution embedded in OpenShift, provides several ways to make deployments of applications to Kubernetes for developers easy. I’ve open sourced a project...

Free and self paced workshop: How to develop microservices with Java

Over the last weeks I’ve worked on an example application that demonstrates how to develop your first cloud-native applications with Java/Jakarta EE, Eclipse MicroProfile, Kubernetes and Istio. Bas...

Recording of Talk How to develop your first cloud-native Applications with Java

At WeAreDevelopers Harald Uebele and I gave a 30 minutes talk ‘How to develop your first cloud-native Applications with Java’. Below is the recording and the slides. In the talk we described the k...

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