This article aims at cloud native engineers that face the challenge of observing multiple Azure Kubernetes Clusters (AKS) and need a flexible, stateless solution.
Java on Azure Tooling Update – June 2022
We introduce the new application-centric view on Azure toolkit for IntelliJ that will make the interface more user-friendly.
Cloud Myth: Ahead of Time Compilation Will Save You Money
The two main advantages of Java AOT natively compiled microservice frameworks are rapid boot times and reduced JVM memory usage. While technically impressive, the reality is that neither of these advantages delivers a significant economic or technical advantage when deploying to public clouds.
Many Jakarta EE runtimes (like Payara Micro) are small and fast. They can run Jakarta EE applications as either monoliths or microservices in the cloud now, with no need to adapt or rewrite your applications to proprietary frameworks.
From Azure Active Directory via OpenID Connect to Open Liberty and Java
Long gone are the days when you had to create your own user account management, authentication, and authorization for your web delivered software. Instead, contemporary applications leverage these functions (Identity and Access Management, IAM for short) from an external provider.
Let’s take a look at an example on how to configure the Liberty social login feature as an OpenID Connect client to secure Java applications with Azure Active Directory.