As an application developer, you can use Red Hat build of Quarkus to create microservices-based applications written in Java that run on OpenShift and serverless environments. Applications compiled to native executables have small memory footprints and fast startup times.
This guide describes how to configure a Quarkus application using the Eclipse MicroProfile Config method or YAML format. The procedures include configuration examples created using the Quarkus
Have OpenJDK (JDK) 11 installed and the
JAVA_HOMEenvironment variable specifies the location of the Java SDK.
- Log in the Red Hat Customer Portal to download the Red Hat build of Open JDK from the Software Downloads page.
Have Apache Maven 3.8.1 or higher installed.
- Download Maven from the Apache Maven Project website.
Have Maven configured to use artifacts from the Quarkus Maven repository.
- To learn how to configure Maven settings see Getting started with Quarkus.