Eclipse JKube is a collection of plugins and libraries that are used for building container images for your Java applications and deploying them into Kubernetes with ease.
In this demo-based talk, I'll give an overview of JKube and its plugins for those who still don't know what JKube is. Next, I'll showcase the latest updates and available features we've implemented during the past year. Finally I'll demo some of the features we're cooking for the upcoming releases, and share some highlights of our roadmap.
By the end of this presentation you should have a good understanding about Eclipse JKube and what are its main features. You should also be able to deploy a Java application into Kubernetes (Minikube) using the Kubernetes Maven Plugin or the Kubernetes Gradle Plugin.
For this presentation, basic knowledge of Java is required. I assume you have some experience with Java and have built a project with Maven or Gradle. You also have a minimum understanding of Kubernetes and container images.