Imagine that you're a Developer who's been asked to provision your Jakarta EE resources on Azure.
Join Rory, from the Microsoft Java Team, and learn how to create and build a Jakarta EE application on JBoss EAP for Azure App service.
- Starting your project with the Eclipse IDE and Jakarta EE Libraries
- Provisioning a database and connecting it to JBoss EAP via the JBoss CLI.
- Deploy your WAR and EAR applications using App Service’s deployment API’s or CI/CD integration.
- Set up auto-scaling to handle periods of higher load.
- New out-of-the-box distributed tracing and monitoring with end-to-end transaction views
At Microsoft we encourage you to use the tools and frameworks that you know and love - We go to where developers are!
You love Jakarta EE - Now, you can learn how to use JBoss on Azure App Service to provide the platform you need for your Jakarta EE apps on Azure.