Automate Spring Boot Application Deployments to Azure!

Automate Spring Boot Application Deployments to Azure!

Automate Spring Boot application deployments to Azure! When you deploy Spring Boot applications to Azure Spring Cloud and Azure, you can build end-to-end automation from idea to provisioning Azure resources to building Spring Boot applications to deploying those applications to production using any automation tools and platforms of your choice – such as Azure DevOps, Jenkins, Maven or Gradle.

Today, we’re excited to announce the availability of the Azure Pipeline Task for deploying Spring Boot applications to Azure Spring Cloud. You can get started by building your pipelines using the  Azure Spring Cloud task to automate Spring Boot application deployments to any number of environments and Azure Regions.

Over the past 18 months, we worked with many enterprise customers to learn about their scenarios including thoughts on automating end-to-end from idea to provisioning Azure resources to building Spring Boot applications to deploying those applications to production. Many of these customers have thousands of Spring Boot applications running in on-premises data centers. As they migrate these applications to the cloud, they need everything automated end-to-end to ensure repeatability and meet the requirements set forth by their IT departments and/or regulatory bodies. They require a fully-featured Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) service that can automatically deploy updated Spring Boot applications to Azure Spring Cloud. In many customer environments, they use Azure CLI in Azure Pipelines to automate Spring Boot application deployments to Azure, and they asked Microsoft for an Azure Spring Cloud task to ease their automation effort and delegate the maintenance of the deployment task to Microsoft. Now, using the new Azure Spring Cloud task, anyone can automate deployments straight to production or automate blue-green strategies to stage for testing and then set to production.

“We are pleased to see further incremental improvements and simplifications and we plan to migrate our pipelines to use the out of the box tasks soon.” – Jonathan Jones, Lead Solutions Architect, Swiss Re Management Ltd. (Switzerland)

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