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VIRTUAL HANDS-ON WORKSHOP - Developing with Quarkus: Supersonic Subatomic Java

Target audience: Consultants, Developers and Architects


Description:

Please use the following code for your registration in Red Hat OPEN / Red Hat Partner Connect: Quarkus0

This is a half-day hands-on virtual workshop, designed to introduce Quarkus to Java developers. There’s no need to travel anywhere, we’re coming to you!

In January of 2020, Quarkus won the DEVIES award for “Best innovation in: Code Frameworks/Libraries”. There is a huge industry buzz around Quarkus, as it is believed to be what Java and Java Developers have been waiting for to truly dive into a Microservices world. Quarkus is the new kid on the block but is already being used in production with a number of large customers. Quarkus is what the Java community has been waiting for.

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  • For Java Developers, Quarkus is easy to pick up, with a very low learning curve. 
  • Quarkus is a great fit for serverless environments.
  • Quarkus has a rich ecosystem of extensions, again making it easy to pick up and get started with.
  • Quarkus has an incredibly quick startup time. 300x faster startup time than Java
  • Live coding - no wasting time deploying app - lower troubleshooting time
  • Quarkus has an active community backed by Red Hat

During this workshop, participants will use CodeReady Workspaces to develop Quarkus apps and deploy them to OpenShift 4. The workshop covers several developer topics, as they related to Quarkus, such as:

  • Dependency Injection
  • Testing Quarkus Apps
  • Debugging Quarkus Apps
  • Native compilation of Quarkus Apps
  • Deploying to OpenShift
  • Developing Cloud-Native with Quarkus
  • Using Quarkus extensions
  • Hibernate ORM with Panache
  • Event-driven Messaging
  • Streaming Data with Quarkus and AMQ Streams/Kafka
  • Monitoring with Prometheus and Grafana
  • Tracing Quarkus Apps with Jaeger and MicroProfile Tracing
  • Securing apps using MicroProfile JWT and Red Hat SSO


Prerequisites:

This is a virtual workshop and participants will need a PC connected to the internet with either Chrome or Firefox web browser. Additionally you need access to bluejeans and slack.


Outcome:

On completing this workshop you'll understand how to develop cloud-native applications with Quarkus and why it's the right choice for new Cloud-Native Applications.


Agenda:

Start:
10:00 CEST  

End:
14:00 CEST


Date

Country

Venue


06 Oct 20

VIRTUAL

Virtual Event via BlueJeans Meeting

General requirements

  • These trainings are for Red Hat Partners only!
  • All trainings (workshops, sales days, etc.) are available in ENGLISH ONLY!
  • Any question about your partner status or how to become a Red Hat Partner - get in contact with our partner team.
  • Bring your own laptop with a working browser!

Access to OPEN

Most of the trainings require prerequisites: online courses that have to be enrolled in OPEN (Online Partner Enablement Network). You need to have an active Red Hat Partner Account to access OPEN.

Please see our "How to Guide" to join an existing partner company account. If you do have questions in regards to this please contact the EMEA Partner Team.

Attendee Statements

Red Hat OpenShift Infrastructure Architecture Workshop - Hursley, UK:

"Brilliant Workshop by an outstanding, skilled and motivated teacher"

Georg Ember (IBM)

Agile Integration Technical Workshop - Madrid, Spain:

"Agile Integration is a key component for successful digital transformation and Red Hat provides an extensive portfolio for this market!"

Norbert Steiner (Computacenter AG & Co oHG)