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Kubernetes 101 for Java Developers

Kubernetes 101 for Java Developers

Video link-> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_XvfzyrUaw

An Introduction on Dockerize and deploy a Java app on Kubernetes
- What is the Container? Why?
- How to dockerize our Spring-boot Java app?
- How to deploy our application on local and cloud k8s
- Best practices
- What is Quarkus?
- Quarkus vs Spring-boot

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Heba Elayoty

January 12, 2021
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  1. KUBERNETES101 FOR JAVA DEVELOPERS Heba Elayoty

  2. WHO IS HEBA! • A software engineer @Microsoft • Long-term

    Java Developer • Cloud native developer and K8s community member
  3. AGENDA • Why do we need to run Java apps

    in containers? • Containerization: Introducing Dockerfiles • Orchestration: Introducing Kubernetes • Connecting a Java (Spring Boot) app to cloud services • Best practices for Java apps on Kubernetes • Cloud Native Fx: Introducing Quarkus • Quarkus vs Spring-boot • Questions
  4. WHY DO WE NEED CONTAINERS https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/what-is-kubernetes/

  5. WHY DO WE NEED CONTAINERS https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/what-is-kubernetes/

  6. WHY DO WE NEED CONTAINERS https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/what-is-kubernetes/

  7. CONTAINERS VS DOCKER • Container technology is not new •

    Open Container Initiative (OCI) • Docker is one of many container tools: • LXC • rkt • Podman (container engine) • Containerd (daemon) • runC (container runtime) • Hyper-V containers
  8. DOCKER WORKFLOW Client Docker CLI docker build image docker push

    image docker pull container Server Docker Engine image •java-app •… containers •java-app Registry java-app node-app python-app OpenJDK 1 docker build docker run docker push docker pull
  9. LET’S DOCKERIZE A JAVA APPLICATION! Demo (part 1)

  10. KUBERNETES 101 • Originates from Greek, meaning helmsman or pilot

    • An open-source project since 2014 • What is Kubernetes? • Why do we need Kubernetes?
  11. KUBERNETES ARCHITECTURE Scheduler Controller API Server pod pod pod pod

    pod pod Master (Control Plane) Node Node Node Key-value store “etcd” CLI/dashboard/API User
  12. CONTROL PLANE/MASTER COMPONENTS • Controller • Loop that watches the

    state of your cluster and makes changes as needed, always working to maintain your desired state. • API server • Exposes the Kubernetes API. It is the front-end for the Kubernetes control plane. • Scheduler • Watches for newly created Pods with no assigned node and selects a node for them to run on. • Key-Value store (etcd) • Consistent and highly-available key value store used as Kubernetes' backing store for all cluster data.
  13. KUBERNETES CONCEPTS Node Deployment Pod container container container

  14. INTRODUCTION TO HELM CHARTS • Package manager for Kubernetes applications

    • Helm terminology: • Repository • Helm Chart • Helm 2 vs Helm 3
  15. DEPLOY A JAVA APPLICATION ON LOCAL K8S & AKS Demo

    (part 2)
  16. JAVA AND LINUX CONTAINERS Challenges • Container Memory Limits •

    Setting Available CPUs Solution... ü Use Java 10+ ü If you’re not able to upgrade your Java version set your own limits using -Xmx. ü For Java 8 and Java 9, update to the latest version and use: -XX:+UnlockExperimentalVMOptions -XX:+UseCGroupMemoryLimitForHeap
  17. BEST PRACTICES • Choose the right Docker base image for

    your Java application • Scan your Docker images frequently • Clair • Anchore • Aqua Security • Docker Scan • Use JRE images, not JDK
  18. BEST PRACTICES • Don’t run your Docker container as root

    • Set CPU requests & limits • Set JVM Heap (-Xms & -Xmx) • Set memory requests • Health Check /Implement readiness and liveness probes • Monitoring /Logging • Consider using a cloud native Java framework (e.g. Quarkus, Micronaut)
  19. INTRODUCING QUARKUS • A full-stack, Kubernetes-native Java framework made for

    Java Virtual Machines and native compilation • Optimizes Java specifically for containers • Tailored for GraalVM • Live development mode • Based on CDI framework • Unified configuration *RSS: the Resident Set Size and is used to show how much memory is allocated to that process and is in RAM. It does not include memory that is swapped out
  20. QUARKUS VS SPRING (PERFORMANCE)

  21. QUARKUS VS SPRING (FEATURES) Feature Quarkus Spring Build time class

    initialization yes no Kubernetes resources generation yes no GraalVM native images support yes limited Dependency injection & components management CDI, Spring DI extension Spring Core Reactive / non-blocking web stack Vert.x Reactor Netty Simplified data access Panache, Spring Data JPA extension Spring Data: JPA, JDBC, MongoDB, LDAP, KeyValue Application monitoring MicroProfile Health, MicroProfile Metrics Spring Boot Actuator Resilience & Fault tolerance MicroProfile Fault Tolerance Netflix Hystrix Online project starter https://code.quarkus.io/ https://start.spring.io/
  22. RESOURCES

  23. LEARN MORE • Kubernetes Basics from Branden Burns • Improved

    Docker Container Integration with Java 10 • Octant: https://octant.dev/ • Skaffold: https://github.com/GoogleContainerTools/skaffold • Docker networking: https://docs.docker.com/network/
  24. FURTHER READINGS* • Docker for Java Developers • Kubernetes for

    Java Developers • Introducing Istio Service Mesh for Microservices http://bit.ly/istio-book • Microservices for Java Developers http://bit.ly/javamsabook * All these resources are free
  25. THANK YOU! @helayoty hebaelayoty helayoty/Kubernetes-101-for-Java-developers