Harald works as developer advocate for the IBM Developer team and is based in Stuttgart. He has worked with cloud technologies for the past 6 years and is a fan of open source. In his job as developer advocate he supports and educates developers on open source and cloud technologies.Back to speakers list
How to develop your first cloud-native Applications with Java
For cloud native-applications, Kubernetes and Istio provide out-of-the-box a variety of key functionality that works generically for microservices, for example traffic routing. However, some functionality must be implemented in the business logic of the microservices, for example application-specific metrics and fine-grained authorizations. In this session, I'll use a concrete example to show how to create microservices with Java EE and Eclipse MicroProfile and how to roll out and run them on Kubernetes. I use my end-to-end example "cloud-native-starter", which is available as open source.
Live coding of Java Microservices on Kubernetes
In this session we use a Cloud Native Starter sample to build our first Java Microservice with Java EE and Eclipse MicroProfile and deploy it to Kubernetes in the Cloud, all these we will do live. We will examine the relevant Java source code, configurations for Docker and Kubernetes. We also will do a preview, how this Microservice will fit into a Cloud Native Microservices application. The samples we will use are open sourced and you can follow them by yourself, if you want to do that afterwards.