Cloud-Native Java Applications without a hassle This project is not an effort from scratch. It was earlier called…
With Eclipse JKube’s1.0.0 release Fabric8 Maven Plugin is now considered deprecated and would be archived soon in future. I won’t say Fabric8 Maven Plugin is dead, it’s just renamed to Eclipse JKube(which offeres complete suite for development on top of Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift). Users who are using Fabric8 Maven Plugin to are advised to migrate to Eclipse JKube.
You can checkout how to migrate to Kubernetes Maven Plugin in this blogpost submitted by me on Red Hat developers:
Migrating from Fabric8 Maven Plugin to Eclipse JKube 1.0.0 - Red Hat Developer
The recent release of Eclipse JKube 1.0.0 means that the Fabric8 Maven Plugin is no longer supported. If you are…
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