Quarkus 3: The Road to Loom for Cheaper, Faster, and Easier Concurrent Applications


Room: Main Keynote Room

Scheduled at : Thursday 13:45 14:45


Developers have had extraordinary experiences and taken stunning capabilities while they were developing Java microservices from local to the cloud using Quarkus for the past 4 years. But there is more to come with their journey since we have just arrived in Quarkus 3 which provides good, better, and even excellent features and capabilities in terms of developer experience, performance, scalability, and cloud integration. Especially, Quarkus 3 simplifies asynchronous concurrent applications using virtual threads (Project Loom) for high scalability.

In this session, we take you through how Quarkus integrates Loom for developers to make concurrent applications easier, have cheaper memory, and have high performance using virtual threads. You can also learn about what’s new in Quarkus 3 such as JakartaEE 10, MicroProfile 6, Hibernate ORM 6, and more.

Daniel Oh

Daniel Oh

Daniel Oh is Java Champion and Senior Principal Developer Advocate at Red Hat. He works to evangelize building cloud-native microservices and serverless functions with cloud-native runtimes to developers. He also continues to contribute to various open-source cloud projects and ecosystems as a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) ambassador for accelerating DevOps adoption in enterprises. Daniel also speaks at technical seminars, workshops, and meetups to elaborate on new emerging technologies for enterprise developers, SREs, platform engineers, and DevOps teams.

Speaker's bio
Presentation type Conference, 45mn
Track Architecture, Performance and Security
Presentation level beginner/novice
Keywords Quarkus Reactive Programming performance applications

Room Main Keynote Room