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Checking in with the latest release

Quarkus 1.5.0.Final welcomes new extensions

Keep up with Quarkus; let’s take a closer look and see what’s new with the supersonic subatomic Java. The latest update, version 1.5.0.Final adds new extensions, bug fixes, and a few performance upgrades. Let’s take a look at everything under the hood.

Supersonic subatomic Java

Quarkus – an IO thread and a worker thread walk into a bar: a microbenchmark story

A competitor recently published a microbenchmark comparing the performance of their stack to Quarkus. The Quarkus team feels this microbenchmark shouldn’t be taken at face value because it wasn’t making a like-to-like comparison leading to incorrect conclusions. Both of the two frameworks under comparison support reactive processing. Reactive processing enables running the business logic directly on the IO thread, which ultimately performs better in microbenchmark focusing on response time and concurrency. The microbenchmark should have been written so that both frameworks (or neither framework) obtain this benefit. Anyway, this turns out to be a very interesting topic and good information for Quarkus users, so read on.

New extensions, HTTP/2 support, & more

Quarkus 1.4.1.Final deprecates Java 8

Quarkus 1.4.1.Final arrived with several new features. This version deprecates Java 8; users are now recommended to use Java 11. It also introduced a new FaaS framework and a new command mode for building command line apps.

A bright future for Java—with Quarkus

Java at 20: Ready for life in the cloud

In the last decade, the enterprise IT landscape has moved from large, monolithic applications towards lighter and more modular application architectures. Java EE was an enabler of the old way of creating enterprise apps, so it too needed to change with the times. Reinvention—including the advent of Quarkus—suggests a bright future ahead for enterprise Java.

Quarkus 1.2 is here!

Quarkus 1.2 brings support for GraalVM 19.3.1

Java Framework Quarkus is designed to make Java fit for the cloud native age with Kubernetes and serverless. Quarkus 1.2.0, the second minor release following the major version, contains among other things a Vault Transit Secret Engine guide, support for .yml and support for both GraalVM 19.2.1 and 19.3.1. Let’s take a closer look.

Upgrading the subatomic Java

Quarkus updates: Eclipse MicroProfile 3.2 compatibility reached

Quarkus has been on our Java radar since its inception, and for a good reason too. A recent update reveals that Quarkus is now compatible with the latest edition of Eclipse MicroProfile. Check in on the latest news and see what’s changed, and what the plans for the future are. Keep an eye out, because the newest edition of Quarkus is on its way and it could arrive any day now.