You have this cool new Spring Boot Application on Azure? You mean AWS right!? Nobody runs Java on Azure? Well they do! I will take away all the prejudice and will show you that your Java app shouldn’t be married to AWS but can run just as swiftly in Azure!
If you are running a cloud-stack based on Microsoft Azure nobody will flinch if you are running a .NET Core application. But did you know you could run a Java back-end or Spring Boot application just as easily in Azure as well? Probably not. The Microsoft Azure Platform has a dozen of native services that let you run Java while taking advantage of the vast amount of compliance, monitoring and IAM services the platform offers. How cool is it to have single sign-on on your Java app natively from Azure Active Directory and push all your logs directly into Azure Monitor or perform Security Operations with Azure Sentinel. Azure also integrates seamlessly with the Eclipse IDE through a couple of IDE extensions maintained by Microsoft.
In this session I tell and show you how you can leverage the powers of Azure when you are running a microservice application based on Spring Boot and how to integrate the platform into your Eclipse IDE making sure a smooth development experience is archieved. Working experience with Azure is not required but basic understanding of Public Cloud will help you to get most out of the session.