Quarkus could be another framework to compare which seems to have some good specs.

Serverless and cloud-native are two buzzwords in the recent technological landscape. The serverless execution model offers an incredible feature of allocates machine resources on-demand, thereby optimizing the infrastructure cost.

In this story, I would elaborate on how to create a serverless REST API function in Java using the Qarkus framework in 3 simple steps.

Step 1: Install maven on your computer. If you are using ubuntu, you can install it with apt. For other OS please refer to this link [Installing maven](https://www.baeldung.com/install-maven-on-windows-linux-mac)

sudo apt install maven

Step 2: Navigate to your project folder and initialize a new Qarkus project


Customization is the key to the modern world. This tutorial describes a simple step by step tutorial a for a custom Linux login message screen that appears during every new SSH session.


Any message on the login screen should comprise of ASCII characters. You can even type down any message that you would like to show to the users. Following is the standard default text that will be displayed for a Vanilla Linux user.

The programs included with the Debian GNU/Linux system are free software;
the exact distribution terms for each program are described in the
individual files in /usr/share/doc/*/copyright.

Anand Bhaskaran

I am a software engineer and a business enthusiast with passion about enhancing business capabilities using next-generation technologies.

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