Discover how easy it is to build fast, lightweight JVM microservices with the new Micronaut Framework and deploy them to Google Cloud.
Google Cloud provides a powerful and highly scalable platform for delivering microservices and serverless applications, with a variety of tools to help developers make the most of the opportunities it offers.
The Micronaut Framework was designed from the ground up to simplify the architectural development and deployment of microservices, and it comes with built-in support for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) services and hosting.
In this complimentary webinar, Micronaut co-founder, Jeff Scott Brown, demonstrates in real time how to build a suite of lightweight microservices, wire them together in support of the intended architecture, and deploy the solution to GCP with minimal complexity and effort.
This webinar is a great learning opportunity for JVM application developers who are interested in enhancing their productivity when building microservices and deploying them to GCP.
The following topics are covered in this webinar:
- Introduction to Micronaut and GCP
- How to deploy a Micronaut application to GCP using Gradle
- How to deploy a Micronaut application to GCP using IntelliJ
- Overview of the Google Cloud Console
Although everyone is welcome, we recommend attendees have at least a basic understanding of JVM application development principles. No particular experience or expertise with Micronaut or GCP is required.