Summary of Kubernetes-native Spring apps on Quarkus | DevNation Tech Talk

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This video discusses the benefits of using Quercus to develop cloud-native applications. Georgio Sturgis demonstrates how to create a portlet application using Quercus and how to post a new content item to the application. He also discusses how Quarkus-native Spring applications scale up quickly when running in a simulated burst of traffic.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Georgio Sturgis from Red Hat discusses Quercus, a subsonic Java platform that is designed for developing cloud-native applications. Sturgis goes over the main benefits of using Quercus, including developer joy, small size, and cloud deployment compatibility. He also demonstrates how to create a portlet application using Quercus' command line tooling.
  • 00:05:00 The video describes how Kubernetes-native Spring applications work, and how the developer or "joy" mode in Kubernetes helps make changes and see the results immediately.
  • 00:10:00 The presenter demonstrates how to set up a Spring application on Quarkus, using the Quarkus Spring Data GPA extension and an H2 database. He then shows how to post a new content item to the application, and how to validate the input field.
  • 00:15:00 In this video, speaker describes how Spring Data's "GPA" repository works, and how he was able to access data from a remote database using Quarkus. Speaker also discusses how he was able to add custom methods to the GPA repository, making it easy to work with data from a remote source.
  • 00:20:00 In this YouTube video, the speaker shows how quickly their Quarkus-native Spring applications scaled up to 13 pods when running in a simulated burst of traffic.
  • 00:25:00 The presenter has given a brief overview of how Spring can be used with Kubernetes, and has demonstrated how using Spring with Kubernetes can speed up development. There are questions from the audience, and John Klingon has been answering them. One question relates to Spring rest controllers and how they are currently supported. There are plans to add support for Hate OS and radios in the future.
  • 00:30:00 Today's DevNation Tech Talk focused on Kubernetes-native Spring applications. Georgio Korkis introduced himself, and explained that he is the engineer responsible for developing and supporting Kubernetes-native Spring applications. He described some of the challenges and benefits of using Kubernetes-native Spring applications. Georgio also encouraged attendees to ask questions during the Q&A session.

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