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Dr. Zhiming Xue is a senior Microsoft Architect Evangelist with the Developer and Platform Evangelism for U.S. Public Sector team. In this role, he focuses on Windows Azure cloud computing while working with developers, architects and technical and business decision makers. He is a frequent speaker at Microsoft and community events on a variety of topics including Windows Azure cloud computing, Windows Phone, Windows, SharePoint, Office 365 and the Microsoft web platform. Prior to the role, he worked with Microsoft Services, and played lead developer, architect and project manager roles to support enterprise customers in both the private sector and the public sector. Zhiming has posted 20 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Get CloudNinja for Help Developing Java Apps on Windows Azure

05.23.2012
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In a recent post Persistent Systems introduced CloudNinja for Java -- a multi-tenant reference application designed to help the Java community develop Java applications for Windows Azure. It is available at github.

This application is built on several common OSS libraries, such as:

  • Spring for the MVC UI
  • JDBC and Hibernate for data access and object mapping
  • Log4j
  • jqPlot

The CloudNinja for Java application encompasses following features and functionalities:

  • Tenant on-boarding

  • Tenant-level customization (for example, managing logos)

  • Per-tenant data isolation

  • Per-tenant metering

  • Providing support for log-in via different identity providers (for example, Yahoo!, Google, Windows Live ID)

  • General purpose task scheduler

For more detail, read the post here.

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Comments

Herry Johnson replied on Tue, 2012/06/12 - 1:03pm

Do we need any tool like netbeans ,eclipse etc to compile the JSP file . I have just copied the code and placed it to the notepad and save it as .jsp can we compile this ? I knew that my question might be silly but i dont have any Java tool in my System i have only Jdeveloper

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