Running Java and Oracle Applications on Azure

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In this session we’ll look at some of the options for running Java on Azure. We’ll look at the Azure plugin for Eclipse and how it enables creation, development, testing, and deployment of applications as well as some of the more advanced configuration options. We’ll also review how you can run official Oracle virtual machines including WebLogic and Oracle Database. You’ll leave understanding all of your options for running Java inside of Microsoft’s cloud.

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Web, Azure

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1

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3-619

Room:

Room 3022

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    carlospined​ag

    and Java runs on a lot of platforms (Windows, Linux, and other flavors of Unix)

    In my opinion, Java is great for back-end (available for a lot of server platforms) and .NET is great for front-end (easy to programming and looks great in devices).

    In my experience, MySQL+Tomcat+(Windows or Linux)+Azure is a very good choice in terms of cost/benefice

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