Quarkus is an open-source Java programming language framework for Kubernetes and serverless web development. It works with nearly all popular Java libraries, standards and frameworks (like Springs and Microprofile).
The framework lets developers optimize container-native applications for peak performance, resulting in faster startup times, lower memory consumption and reduced host costs.
The project has over 11,000 stars on GitHub.
Quarkus is part of the Kubernetes Tools meta trend.
Kubernetes is an open-source platform for managing container workloads and services.
85% of organizations believe Kubernetes will be critical to future container use.
Other examples of trending Kubernetes tools include:
Minikube enables organizations to run Kubernetes locally.
Helm is used to manage packages of pre-configured Kubernetes resources.
Okteto is a tool designed to accelerate the process of developing applications on Kubernetes.