Let us welcome the newest release from Eclipse MicroProfile. This time, MicroProfile 3.1 makes changes to the Metrics and Health API, adding a new feature set and more functionality for enterprise Java microservices. Check in and see what’s new for the third quarterly release and what the benefits of 3.1 are.
Version 0.1 of the VS Code Extension for MicroProfile Starter is now available in the Visual Studio Code Marketplace for download. With the new extension, developers do not have to leave their editor. It is a collaboration by MicroShed, a community creating dev tools for Java microservices.
A discussion that could be critical to the future of Jakarta EE and Eclipse MicroProfile is taking place right now. What exactly should the relationship be between the two? We’re past the idea of MicroProfile as an incubator, but pinning down what the future will look like is surprisingly difficult.
In case you haven’t heard, there is a new MicroProfile implementation in town, called Quarkus! In this article, MicroProfile co-founder John Clingan gives an introduction to Quarkus and its functions.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had big news coming over from Gluon with the announcement of Java for iOS. Let’s have a look.
The latest release of Eclipse MicroProfile is here! The 3.0 release, which builds on the 2.2 version, brings updates on three key areas, the Rest Client, Metrics, and Health Check APIs. Let’s have a look.
In response to the call for Java evolution -at the age of Kubernetes, microservices, serverless, and cloud-native application development- Red Hat announces the release of Quarkus. Meet the Kubernetes native Java framework that brings Java on a subatomic level!
The open forum to collaborate on enterprise Java microservices, Eclipse MicroProfile is here with a new release. MicroProfile 2.2 updates the Fault Tolerance, Open Tracing, Open API, and Rest Client APIs and continues to align itself with Java EE 8.
Do you need a cloud-based platform for your microservices? In this article, Emily Jiang explores how the popular service mesh Istio can be used to harness the open source power of Eclipse Profile to deploy microservices securely.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week was a very busy one with new releases coming from all around. Most notably, we had Node.js coming out, MicroProfile 2.1 and many more!
Eclipse MicroProfile is dynamic and growing, while Jakarta EE is expanding into all new kinds of territory with its move to the Eclipse Foundation. Are they ready to be merged? How can we integrate the two technologies?Today, we take a look at where MicroProfile and Jakarta EE are going with Kevin Sutter.
The open forum to collaborate on enterprise Java microservices, Eclipse MicroProfile is here with a new release. MicroProfile 2.1 is available and it features an update for the Open Tracing API.
As it matures, Eclipse MicroProfile has begun to adopt other modern approaches like reactive programming. In this article, Ondrej Mihályi explains why support for reactive programming is needed and how developers can create responsive and resilient apps with MicroProfile.
We’re continuing our weekly technology quiz with Eclipse MicroProfile! How well do you know this Eclipse project designed for optimizing Enterprise Java microservices architecture?