Helidon – Java-based Cloud-native application development by Sven Bernhardt


In my last post, I wrote about Cloud-native app development in the Oracle Cloud (respectively Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, OCI). From that, we’ve now a rough idea about Cloud-native development, the principles behind it and what OCI offers to support Cloud-native applications. In this post – as promised in the last post -, I’ll give a brief introduction to Helidon, an open source framework that is mainly driven by Oracle.

Helidon – One framework, two implementation-styles

Helidon is basically a set of libraries for implementing Java-based Microservices resp. Cloud-native apps. So far, so good, but what’s the differentiating factor, since there are – as the figure below shows – a lot of those frameworks around these days? Read the complete article here.

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