First Look: Building Java microservices with the new Azure Spring Cloud


One of the defining characteristics of the public cloud is choice. Need to host an app? On-premises, your choices were a virtual machine or a virtual machine. Now? A public cloud like Microsoft Azure offers nearly a dozen options. You’ve got spectrum of choices ranging from complete control over the stack (e.g. Azure Virtual Machines) […]

First Look: Building Java microservices with the new Azure Spring Cloud — Richard Seroter’s Architecture Musings

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