Introducing Quarkus: a supersonic, subatomic Java framework

Quarkus is an open sourced, Kubernetes-native Java framework made for Java virtual machines (JVMs) and GraalVM native compilation. Quarkus is optimized specifically for containers. It greatly minimizes application startup time and memory use, and it provides live coding so that developers can immediately check the effect of code changes in the blink of an eye. With these features, they enable Quarkus to become an effective platform for serverless, cloud and Kubernetes environments. Join this session to have a first look into Quarkus.

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Peter Ho

Peter Ho is one of the Solution Architects at Red Hat Hong Kong. Coming from a full-stack developer background, Peter is passionate about new technologies, and enthusiastic to share any knowledge that he has gained from his web development, Java programming and public cloud architectural projects. With his extensive experience gained from large enterprise and government customers, Peter is now a certified Red Hat, Microsoft Azure and AWS solution and application architect.

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