In this chapter, we ran a simple REST application in a Docker container and then ran it in a Kubernetes-native environment, that is, Minishift. We saw how simple it is to make our applications highly available with a sound throughput by leveraging the features of a bundled distribution of OKD.
Now, it's time to add some more features to our application. In the next chapter, we will learn how to configure the Undertow extension, which can be added to provide web server capabilities to our application. It also includes some UI assets, which we will look at in brief.