Scaling Spring Boot Applications in Real-Time - John Blum, Luke Shannon

December 14, 2017

Building complex, transactional and analytical applications at scale, that are highly available, performant, and consistent is challenging. To do that, you need an application architecture built on a solid foundation. So, we are going to show you how to build Spring Boot applications with the power of Spring Data and Apache Geode/Pivotal GemFire on PCF. However, to begin, we start as you would, by rapidly prototyping an application from your IDE in a local environment. Then, we migrate the app to a managed environment on PCF in order to achieve reliable and secure data access at cloud scale. Finally, we wrap things up by summarizing the key design patterns for properly managing your data in a cloud-native environment. John Blum, Staff Engineer, Pivotal Luke Shannon, Advisory Platform Architect Pivotal Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2017

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