This article explains what Eclipse JKube Remote Development is and how it helps developers build Kubernetes-native applications with Quarkus.


As mentioned in my previous article, microservices don’t exist in a vacuum. They typically communicate with other services, such as databases, message brokers, or other microservices. Because of this distributed nature, developers often struggle to develop (and test) individual microservices that are part of a larger system.

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