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  • Title: Migrating Java to the Cloud
  • Author(s) Jason Goodwin, Kevin Webber
  • Publisher: O'Reilly MediaO'Reilly Media, Inc.; eBook (Compliments of VMware)
  • Permission: Free eBook is Complimented by VMware
  • Paperback: N/A
  • eBook: PDF, ePub, and Mobi (Kindle)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: N/A
  • ISBN-13: 978-1491994931
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Book Description

Estimates vary but the message is clear: cloud spending worldwide is soaring, and much of the demand is coming from companies looking to migrate existing systems. Transforming a monolithic legacy application into a cloud native system is no small feat, but with this in-depth report, your organization will learn ways to migrate classical Java applications to newly provisioned cloud infrastructure without requiring a significant rewrite.

This book covers proven steps and techniques that enable your company to take advantage of cloud infrastructure's power and flexibility. You'll explore three pillars of successful cloud adoption - infrastructure refresh, application modernization and migration, and security modernization - and learn how to treat the cloud as an unlimited pool of resources that brings both scale and resilience to your system.

  • Cloud native requirements: critical traits applications must possess before they’re deployed to cloud infrastructure
  • Modernizing heritage applications: proven techniques and tools for refactoring existing legacy Java applications to real-time, event-driven, cloud-native systems
  • Getting cloud-native deployments right: best practices for deploying enterprise services to public, private, and hybrid clouds, and for meeting common organizational challenges along the way
  • Cloud security: methods for shoring up the least-secure channels in enterprise systems - from social engineering to known vulnerabilities—before deployment to cloud infrastructure
About the Authors
  • Christian Posta (@christianposta) is a Principal Middleware Specialist/Architect at Red Hat and well known for being a frequent blogger, speaker, open-source enthusiast, and committer on Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Camel and others.
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