Native Supersonic Subatomic Applications with Quarkus

This video shows:

1. How to build a native/microservices application using Quarkus

2. Simplified data persistence for your application using Quarkus Panache

3. Faster startup time and lower memory foot print – Quarkus Native vs JVM modes runtime

4. Deploying a Qurakus application into Openshift The source code shown in this video can be found here – https://github.com/bbalakriz/quarkus-…

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