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Lufthansa Technik AVIATAR experiences significant cloud resources savings by moving to Kubernetes-native Quarkus

Lufthansa Technik, the world’s largest independent provider of airline maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services, runs a SaaS digital platform, called AVIATAR, for the aviation industry. This platform helps airlines avoid delays and cancellations by using data to better organize and schedule maintenance. The company built and operated AVIATAR using a hybrid cloud infrastructure based on enterprise open source software from Red Hat. In the last 3 years, AVIATAR business has been growing fast and...

Suomen Asiakastieto Oy chooses Quarkus for their microservices development

Based in Helsinki, Finland, The Asiakastieto Group is a leading provider of innovative, digital business and consumer information services in the Nordic region. In the banking, financial services, and retail industries, Asiakastieto’s products and services support risk management, finance and business administration, credit or loan-related decision-making, sales and marketing. When the EU introduced its revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) in 2018 to increase competition, promote innovation, and improve security in the payments industry, Asiakastieto began...

Introducing 10 new features in Quarkus Tools for Visual Studio Code 1.3.0

Quarkus Tools for Visual Studio Code 1.3.0 has been released on the VS Code Marketplace , the first release of the year. Alongside various bug fixes, this release focused on introducing VS Code support that accompanies new Quarkus features like application.yaml support, server-side templating support and the Quarkus 1.2 kebab-case @ConfigProperties property names. For a list of all changes, please refer to the changelog. Watch a demo video of all features presented in this article:...

Quarkus 1.2.0.Final released - GraalVM 19.3.1 support, Metrics, Cache extension, and more

GraalVM 19.3.1 support, Metrics, a brand new Cache extension, Vault Transit Secret engine, Quarkus 1.2.0.Final is here packed with new features.

Quarkus wins DEVIES award

On January 22, 2020, we were informed that Quarkus had won the DeveloperWeek DEVIES Awards in the category of Best Innovation in: Code Frameworks/Libraries. As a Kubernetes-native Java stack, Quarkus represents a fundamental shift in modern application development that makes Java a great fit for cloud-native application architectures, such as containers, microservices and serverless. Java developers are able to use Quarkus to build applications that have a faster startup time and take up significantly less...

New fault tolerance implementation in Quarkus

Since its first release, Quarkus lets you create resilient applications with MicroProfile Fault Tolerance. It uses SmallRye Fault Tolerance to provide this functionality. At the time SmallRye Fault Tolerance was born, Hystrix was still a thing and was chosen to be the core of the implementation. The choice turned out to be sub-optimal. The library itself is not developed anymore. Moreover, changes in the MicroProfile Fault Tolerance specification made it impossible to satisfy the specification...

Quarkus is Eclipse MicroProfile 3.2 compatible!

With the announcement that Quarkus 1.1 was available in December 2019, and after a tremendous effort from all the contributors and community, we’re excited to announce that Quarkus 1.1 is Eclipse MicroProfile 3.2 compatible! MicroProfile 3.2 was released November 2019, bringing updates to the Metrics and Health specifications, but what is MicroProfile and why do I care? MicroProfile creates specifications for developing microservices with Enterprise Java, making compatibility with MicroProfile a key feature of Quarkus....

Quarkus support in IDE's

An overview on currently available IDE integrations for Quarkus.

Sentry Error Tracker - A guardian of your Quarkus application

If like me you have met Quarkus and fell in love, you started implementing your backend and you started to feel so light and quick, click clack, whoot whoot…​ in a woosh, your lightning fast native container is ready to be sent on your brand new Kubernetes cluster 🤙 This is awesome!! Mmmeahh you may have forgotten a detail…​ have you thought about the fate of your first production exception (please be honest with me...

Quarkus Newsletter #4

Latest online content in and around Quarkus.