Analyze compute footprint of Spring Boot & Quarkus Application, by deploying on Openshift

Deployment Steps :

  1. Create and logged in to the namespace ‘springboot2quarkus’. Snapshot below.
Web console of RedHat Openshift displaying deployed applications
Openshift web-console displaying deployed workloads
Above command create image stream to pull bnase images for quarkus app s2i deployment

Analyze compute footprint and compare both apps:

spring boot front end app restart logs
Quarkus front end app restart logs

Conclusion:

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Cloud Developer Advocate. Post Graduate in Computer Applications with 11+ years of experience in Software Development & cloud onboarding.

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