Category Archives: Java Runtimes – VM, Appserver & Cloud

How provider-agnostic is Terraform really – a multi-provider approach for a Java application

There are a couple of big cloud providers, according to the Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure and Platform Services from Gartner. At the moment of writing this blog post those are Amazon with AWS (Amazon Web Services), Microsoft Azure, Google … Continue reading

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Optimale Java-Laufzeitumgebungen in der Cloud

Die Mehrheit der Cloud-Anbieter stellen ihre Dienste nach verschiedenen Cloud-Modellen bereit. IaaS, Paas, CaaS und FaaS sind die im Moment zu verzeichnenden Hauptmodelle. Sie alle bestehen unter der Haube nur aus Tausenden von Servern, Festplatten, Routern und Kabeln. Sie fügen … Continue reading

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Deployment einer Spring Boot Anwendung in der AWS Cloud mit EC2 & S3

Wenn man nach Spring und Cloud sucht, fällt einem schnell auf, dass diese Kombination kein Wunsch ambitionierter Entwickler mehr ist, sondern schon längst in Spring integriert wurde. Spring Cloud stellt Entwicklern Werkzeuge zur Verfügung, mit denen das Aufsetzen und Verwalten … Continue reading

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Performance Evaluation of Different Programming Languages in AWS Lambda

Serverless is in theory an architectural principle independent of a programming language. Nevertheless, there are differences in the behavior and performance of different languages in such an environment. Since, disregarding any reuse, each serverless function does need to have its … Continue reading

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Seamless integration of Docker on Windows using WSL 2?

In this post I give a short summary of using Docker on Windows and a more detailed view into the newest Docker Desktop version in combination with WSL 2. If you would like to learn the basics of WSL 2, … Continue reading

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WSL 2: The new Windows Subsystem for Linux

This post gives a general introduction with focus on the new version WSL 2. It provides some basic usage principles and outlines some advantages and disadvantages. In future posts to come, I will evaluate using WSL 2 as a software … Continue reading

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Re-deploy your containerized Java application on Azure

In my previous post a while ago I showed you how to deploy your dockerized Java application on Azure. It was a step-by-step introduction switching from browser to IDE, to command line (Docker CLI or Azure CLI), to the Azure … Continue reading

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