Helidon is a framework for developing microservices with Java. Watch Dmitry Aleksandrov, Oracle developer and member of the Helidon team, introduce and discuss Helidon at a recent Hackathon 2020 online event.
Graeme Rocher, Micronaut founder and Oracle Architect, discuss cloud native and Java technologies at Oracle Code Rome.
This demo illustrates how to use Oracle's Project Helidon to generate a simple microservice and then enhance that microservice to illustrate several of the Eclipse MicroProfile technologies.
Build modern enterprise Java Applications for the cloud using Verrazano, an Enterprise Container Platform for deploying cloud-native and traditional applications in multi-cloud and hybrid environments.
This is the first of a three part series where we demonstrate an automated deployment of WebLogic on Kubernetes.
Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform uses Helidon to implement a Java microservices architecture running on Kubernetes in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, allowing hospitality industry software developers to discover, use, and publish REST and GraphQL APIs.
Helidon, an open-source library for Java microservices, powers the architecture of Oracle Customer Experience Industry Framework, which also uses GraalVM Native Image to create tiny executables for elastic provisioning in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Container Engine for Kubernetes.
Oracle Communications Order and Service Management has integrated Helidon and WebLogic Server in its system architecture, by JMS messaging and web service invocation, as part of its microservices journey enabling multi-site deployment by its customers.