If you are in NYC next Wednesday, come see SpringOne 2GX presenter David Winterfeldt share his experience deploying Spring-based apps to the cloud. If you missed this event last fall, it is definitely worth checking out his presentation for the NY Java SIG this coming Wednesday at 6PM at 11 Madison Ave.
What will be covered?
The presentation will show how a series of increasingly complex Spring apps can be deployed. David will dive into the generation of property files, activating Spring profiles, and other hands-on tips and tricks. Importantly, he will also cover how deployments can be automated for EC2 and vCloud (if you are building an internal cloud IaaS) using Application Director, VMware’s approach to fully automated cloud provisioning.
David’s demos will show how apps will be deployed in the future with three examples: a) how a simple contact application can be deployed as a stand-alone web app with an in-memory DB on a single node, b) a more complex approach with PostgreSQL DB on a separate node, and c) with an external DB and an Apache proxy.
If you know deployment automation across public and private networks is important and something your company wants or plans to do, then this session is likely helpful. Here are two example cases of similar deployment automation: how a financial services company is saving 30-50% of capex and how VMware’s own IT reduced provisioning time by 90% and costs by 30%.
Snacks and refreshments courtesy of the host, Credit Suisse!
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What: Deploying Spring Apps to Amazon EC2 and VMware vCloud
Who: David Winterfeldt, Senior Developer VMware
When: WEDNESDAY Jan 30, 2013 6:00pm-8:30pm (6-6:30pm light refreshments)
Where: Credit Suisse, 11 Madison Ave, NY, NY – Calello Auditorium http://goo.gl/maps/gHGJ
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Thanks to @frankgreco for organizing this event! “Eat, Drink, Code(tm)” – #NYJavaSIG (www.javasig.com)