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Spring and Cloud Foundry - A Marriage Made in Heaven

01.11.2013
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Spring is the only enterprise Java framework that runs on environments like GAE's JVM.  On Cloud Foundry, there is tight integration for Spring developers.  This 45-minute video introduces you to how to use Spring 3.1 on the cloud. 

This presentation was given by Josh Long who works for SpringSource, a Division of VMWare


Published at DZone with permission of its author, Eric Genesky.

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Mark Unknown replied on Fri, 2013/01/11 - 11:47am

I can't see a link. Just me?

Eric Genesky replied on Fri, 2013/01/11 - 3:05pm in response to: Mark Unknown

 Fixed!  Thanks for letting me know.

Dave Joyce replied on Fri, 2013/01/11 - 11:17pm

This video would be a lot better if you could actually see the projected screen.

Ron Sim replied on Wed, 2013/02/27 - 4:35am

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Arun Sharma replied on Fri, 2013/03/29 - 10:31am

I recently heard that Micro cloud foundry is going to fork/shut down it operations. It is big loss on part of investment done by companies, developer. You know time is investment and no one want to loose it.

Can somebody write in clear term about the future of micro cloud foundry?






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