In this article we will look at how to drive Kubernetes using Java APIs. More general information about Kubernetes and containers can be found here. Kubernetes itself offers a RESTful API but of course most prefer to use a client that is already handling low-level HTTP protocol operations.
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization has two main components: RHEV-H and RHEV-M. In this post we will be focusing on RHEV-M which provides a REST API and various SDKs. By integrating with RHEV-M we can integrate a powerful set of virtualization APIs into any applications, processes or workflows. Continue reading
This guide will go through how to configure your Java development environment, connect to KVM and provide some Java code examples for interfacing with KVM. Upon completing this guide you should be off and running with developing application interfaces for KVM. Continue reading
Once upon a time not too long ago, I had a project to transport data in and out of S3 using Java. Things started off rather smoothly. Within about 30 minutes I had my Amazon Web Services (AWS) account active, had the Java SDK pulled into Eclipse through Maven and was testing my first AWS S3 API calls. Continue reading