Expand the capabilities for Java apps on Azure

DevOps Engineer
App Maker
Solution Architect
Technology Manager
Microsoft Entra ID
Azure App Service
Azure Cache for Redis
Azure CLIs
Azure Cosmos DB
Azure Database for MySQL
Azure Spring Apps
Microsoft Authentication Library for Java
Azure Service Bus

Start here and learn how you can get the full power of Azure with your Java apps - use idiomatic libraries to connect and interact with your preferred cloud services, including:

  • Azure SQL databases - SQL Database, MySQL and PostgreSQL
  • Azure No SQL database - Cosmos DB
  • Messaging and eventing systems - Event Hubs and Service Bus
  • Cache - Azure Redis Cache
  • Storage - Azure Storage
  • Directory - Microsoft Entra ID and Azure AD B2C

As always, use tools and frameworks that you know and love - Spring, Tomcat, WildFly, JBoss, WebLogic, WebSphere, Maven, Gradle, IntelliJ, Eclipse, Jenkins, Terraform and more.

Java on Azure learning paths:

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Expand the capabilities for Java apps on Azure


Modules in this learning path

In this module, you'll go through tasks to deploy Spring Boot microservices to Azure Spring Apps (ASA). You can run this Microsoft Learn module with the monthly free grant from Azure Spring Apps.

Deploy a Java EE (Jakarta EE) application to JBoss EAP on Azure App Service and bind it to Azure Database for MySQL.

Learn how to build a Java-language database app to store and query data in Azure Cosmos DB.

Send messages to and receive messages from Azure Service Bus with Spring Boot applications.

Learn how to use Azure Cache for Redis to cache business data and HTTP session data in a Java Spring Boot application, then publish the application to the cloud.

Learn how to authenticate users with Microsoft Entra ID and get authorized access to data in a Java web app using Microsoft Authentication Library.

Build an app that stores user files with Azure Blob Storage.