As an application developer, you can deploy a Quarkus application on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform using Apache Maven and the
quarkus-openshift extension in a single build command or you can use the traditional source-to-image (S2I) method. The resulting image from either method is fully supported. See the Development Support Scope of Coverage page for the build process and tools that are covered under development support.
You can deploy a Quarkus application compiled to a native executable using OpenShift Serverless Knative Serving and scale services up or down. Scaling down services can improve memory capabilities.
OpenJDK 11 is installed and the
JAVA_HOMEenvironment variable specifies the location of the Java SDK. Red Hat build of Open JDK is available from the Software Downloads page in the Red Hat Customer Portal (login required).
- Apache Maven 3.6.3 or higher is installed. Maven is available from the Apache Maven Project website.
You have a Quarkus Maven project. For instructions on building a simple Quarkus application with Maven, see Getting started with Quarkus.Note
For a completed example of a Quarkus Maven project, download the Quarkus quickstart archive or clone the
Quarkus QuickstartsGit repository. The example is in the
- You have access to a Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform cluster and the latest version of the OpenShift CLI (oc) is installed. For information about installing oc, see the "Installing the CLI" section of the Installing and configuring OpenShift Container Platform clusters guide.