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Native-image with Quarkus

So far, we have looked at how well Spring Boot and Micronaut integrate GraalVM native image extension. In this post, I’ll focus on Quarkus: A Kubernetes Native Java stack tailored for OpenJDK HotSpot and GraalVM, crafted from the best of breed Java libraries and standards. Creating a new project Just as Spring Boot and Micronaut, Quarkus provides options to create new projects: A dedicated quarkus CLIA Web UI Quarkus offers a definite improvement over its competitors. Every

graalvm native image micronaut

Native-image with Micronaut

Last week, I wrote a native web app that queried the Marvel API using Spring Boot. This week, I want to do the same with the Micronaut framework. Creating a new project Micronaut offers two options to create a new project: A web UI: As for Spring Initializr, it provides several features: Preview the project before you download itShare the configurationAn API I do like that you can check the impact that the added features have on the POM. A Command-Line Interface: In parallel to the web

graalvm native image spring boot

Native-image with Spring Boot

The Cloud has enabled a lot of new usages that were not possible before. Among them stands Serverless: Serverless computing is a cloud computing execution model in which the cloud provider allocates machine resources on demand, taking care of the servers on behalf of their customers. Serverless computing does not hold resources in volatile memory; computing is rather done in short bursts with the results persisted to storage. When an app is not in use, there are no computing resources allocat