Red Hat’s Quarkus Java stack moves toward production release

Quarkus is a fast, lightweight, Kubernetes-native Java stack for building serverless and microservices applications

Red Hat’s Quarkus Java stack moves toward production release
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The fast, lightweight, open source Quarkus Java stack will graduate from its current beta designation and become available as a production release at the end of November. Sponsored by Red Hat, the microservices-oriented Java stack supports both reactive and imperative programming models. 

Quarkus is a Kubernetes-native Java stack for cloud-native and serverless application development. Quarkus promises faster startup times and lower memory consumption than traditional Java-based microservices frameworks. It features a reactive core based on Vert.x, a toolkit for building reactive applications based on the JVM, and the ability to automatically reflect code changes in running applications. 

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