Java on Azure

English Intermediate Main Conference

When you want to move your Java application to Azure or start a new project the possibilities are overwhelming: VMs, App Service, Container Instances, Container Apps, Functions, Service Fabric, Azure Spring Cloud, Kubernetes (AKS or OpenShift). At Porsche Informatik, we have analyzed those options and learned a lot in this process. In this session, we will look at different ways to deploy JVM-based applications to Azure and how they compare regarding performance, constraints, and cost. We will also look at ways to monitor your application in the Azure environment. This session is targeting Java developers and people who want to run Java applications on Azure. It may also be interesting for people using other languages/platforms since most issues and prospects are the same.


Köberl Christian

👨‍💻 All-end developer and software gardener

Christian Köberl is a software engineer with 22+ years of experience in different areas of the software engineering process. He likes to code frontends and loves to go deep into the backend and operations. Christian works as Chief Technical Architect at Porsche Informatik in Salzburg, Austria. Outside work, he likes to travel and to do everything outdoors. Christian also organizes the CNCF Community in Salzburg, Austria.

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