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Build and deploy Java web apps on the cloud - March 2 webinar

 
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Upcoming Webinar: Spring Java web apps to the cloud on March 2, 2011 at 10am PT

On March 2nd, join CloudBees architects Spike Washburn and Ryan Campbell as they demonstrate how to “Spring Java web apps to the cloud.” If you're a Java EE or a Spring developer, considering moving your application to the cloud, and don’t know how to get there, then you'll learn something useful!

The CloudBees platform is the world's first Platform as a Service for Java that encompasses both development and deployment. Spike, who is the architect for RUN@cloud, will show you how to deploy both a Java EE web app and a Spring web app to the CloudBees platform.

But deploying to the Cloud is only part of the process. To take full advantage of the cloud, teams can smoothly develop, build and test applications in the cloud in addition to deploying them. To demonstrate the power of building in the cloud, Ryan our DEV@cloud architect, will take the web apps developed by Spike and hook them into the DEV@cloud environment, where he will use Jenkins (formerly Hudson) to continuously deploy the application to RUN@cloud.

Check it out!
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