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Friday, January 28 • 6:00pm - 6:50pm
Quarkus native running on ARMv8

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During the Spring lockdown, I had plenty of time to try the latest Quarkus framework on aarch64 architecture. That leads to millions of opportunities in the IT market from a technical standpoint. Moreover, Quarkus native apps require 90% fewer resources to startup as well as at runtime, which perfectly fits into the IoT devices' use-cases. During the talk I’ll show you how to:
- Setup the environment on an IoT device (RPi) for your Quarkus native application
- Compile your application for ARMv8 devices
- Run a Quarkus native application in a container on an IoT device

Speakers
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Andrea Battaglia

Partner Technical Manager, Red Hat
Andrea is an Italian folk, living in Southern Italy, working in the IT industry since 2000. As former technical head of Red Hat services for App Modernization in EMEA, currently trains partners in the DX approach and Cloud-Native Development. Passionate for technology, he is always... Read More →
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Mattia Mascia

Principal Consultant, Red Hat
Mattia Mascia, Red Hat Principal Consultant with over 14 years of enterprise IT experience, has deep knowledge of open source software in cloud, middleware, integration. He is an OpenShift specialist and technically competent developer who consistently strives for quality in his work... Read More →
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Ben Taljaard

Solution Architect, Red Hat
I am a Solution Architect based in the Netherlands with a passion for cloud native applications and kubernetes. My interest in Open Source software started in the early 2000's, tinkering away on linux. I am now happy that this has become part of my career. In my personal time I enjoy... Read More →


Friday January 28, 2022 6:00pm - 6:50pm CET
Session Room 5