Some have said that Java is too "big" and too "slow" for a cloud native microservices or serverless architecture that leverages ephemeral Linux containers, that flow quickly through a CI/CD pipeline, canary deployed via a service mesh. Here, we will introduce you to a new way of running Java in Cloud, in Kubernetes/OpenShift with Quarkus leveraging GraalVM or vanilla Hotspot on OpenJDK.



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