Azure Spring Cloud Now Generally Available

Microsoft has announced the general availability of Azure Spring Cloud, a managed service for Spring Boot apps.

Azure Spring Cloud is jointly built, operated, and supported by Microsoft and VMware. With Azure Spring Cloud, you can focus on building the apps that run your business without the hassle of managing infrastructure.

All you need to do is to simply deploy your JARs or code and Azure Spring Cloud will automatically wire your apps with the Spring service runtime. Once deployed you can easily monitor application performance, fix errors, and rapidly improve applications.

With its distributed tracing feature, Azure Spring Cloud helps developers identify issues in their applications and quickly troubleshoot and fix them.

Further, Autoscale in Azure Spring Cloud enables users to be more productive and cost-efficient by automatically scaling apps up or down based on load or schedule.

Azure Spring Cloud is now available in 10 regions—West US2, Central US, South Central US, East US, East US2, UK South, North Europe, West Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia East—across four continents.

Microsoft plans to add 10 more regions in the coming months.

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