Running Spring Boot in Production
If you know all about developing a Spring Boot application, but aren’t sure about putting your app into production, then this course is for you. Production is where your Spring Boot applications live after being developed. In this course, instructor Michael D. Rodgers, Jr., explains the main options available to deploy your application to production, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. Michael walks you through the Spring Boot configurations that you must have for production, including environmental profiles, Spring Profiles, the Spring Boot Actuator, and more. He introduces options for packaging your Spring Boot app for production, including WAR, JAR, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and more. Michael steps through production deployments with AWS, as well as how you can use GitHub to automate with AWS. Plus, he goes over deployments and automation with Azure.