Deploy Micronaut Application to Kubernetes using Eclipse JKube

Deploy Micronaut Application to Kubernetes using Eclipse JKube

Note: This blog is a part of blog Series: Deploying Java applications onto Kubernetes using Eclipse JKube. In previous blogs we have seen how to deploy Spring Boot, Quarkus, Vert.x or any web application based on Tomcat to Kubernetes with ease with the help of Eclipse JKube.

In previous blogs we have seen how to deploy Spring Boot, Quarkus, Vert.x or any web application based on Tomcat to Kubernetes with ease with the help of Eclipse JKube. Eclipse JKube has support for Micronaut applications too. We’ll do the same thing but for a Micronaut based project this time using Eclipse JKube. One thing to note here is that, the workflow remains unchanged for Eclipse JKube regardless of the framework it’s trying to deploy on top of Kubernetes.

Creating and configuring the sample code:

You can go to Micronaut Launcher website and generate a sample maven project. It provides really nice UI to quickly generate a sample project and add necessary dependencies.

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