Azure Spring Cloud is a fully managed service that lets you run your Spring Boot and .NET Core applications without the hassle of managing infrastructure. Quickly develop and deliver apps using managed Spring Cloud components, including service discovery, configuration management, and distributed tracing. Just deploy your source code or build artifacts, and Azure Spring Cloud will automatically wire your app with the Spring Cloud infrastructure.
VMware and Microsoft invite you to attend this hands-on workshop to see Azure Spring Cloud in action. This virtual event will give you an introduction to Java and Spring microservice architecture and application development.
With expert guidance, you will:
- Learn how to take microservices to the happiest place on earth—production—with Azure Spring Cloud and without worrying about infrastructure, app lifecycle, and monitoring.
- Create an Azure Spring Cloud cluster and Spring Boot microservice, and deploy your application to Azure Spring Cloud.
- Configure application logs with Azure Monitor Log Analytics for faster log analysis and troubleshooting.
- Configure a Spring Cloud Config Server to manage external application configurations in a Git repository.
- Prepare for the rest of your Azure Spring Cloud journey with additional learning resources and support.
- JDK 1.8
- A text editor or an IDE. If you do not already have an IDE for Java development, we recommend using Visual Studio Code with the Java Extension Pack.
- The Bash shell. Although Azure CLI should behave identically on all environments, shell semantics vary. Therefore, only Bash can be used with the commands in this training. To complete this training on Windows, use Git Bash that accompanies the Windows distribution of Git. Use only Git Bash to complete this training on Windows. Do not use WSL, CloudShell, or any other shell.
- Azure CLI version 2.0.80 or later
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Azure Spring Cloud is jointly developed, operated and supported by Microsoft and VMware.