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Java on Azure Tooling Update – September 2022

Hi everyone, welcome back to September update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will introduce the Azure Cosmos DB Support, and Azure Virtual Machine Enhancement. In addition, we have made some improvements for users to create/update the dependencies with Azure SDK Reference Book. Please download and install the Azure Toolkit for ...

A Concise Guide to Using Multiple Azure Storage Accounts from a Single Spring Boot Application

Spring projects in general are opinionated: 80-90% of use cases are handled "by default", and code is often much more concise than would be required otherwise due to Spring's preference of convention over configuration. These and other "opinions" can result in dramatically less code to write and maintain and as a result, more focused impact...

Java on Azure Tooling Update – August 2022

Hi everyone, welcome back to August update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will introduce the AKS support and Virtual Machine support. In addition, we make some improvements for users to search for subscriptions and find our tutorials easily. We hope these features could improve your user experience. So let us get started. ...

Java on Azure Tooling Update –July 2022

Hi everyone, welcome back to the July update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will introduce the brand new getting started experience on the Azure toolkit for IntelliJ. In addition, we have added support for Managed Identity Authentication. Let's see what these new features are. Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ Improvements New ...

Java on Azure Tooling Update – June 2022

Hi everyone, welcome back to June update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will introduce the new application-centric view on Azure toolkit for IntelliJ that will make the interface more user-friendly. In addition, we have added support for more Azure services. For Gradle plugins, we have some new features for Azure Web Apps and ...

Debugging a JVM Crash for LinkedIn – Part 3

Introduction Welcome to Part 3 of our investigation into a JVM crash for LinkedIn. This blog post concludes the investigation we began in Debugging a JVM Crash for LinkedIn - Part 1 and continued in Debugging a JVM Crash for LinkedIn - Part 2. In Part 2, we analyzed the core dump and the instruction where the JVM crashed to find clues as to ...
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Debugging a JVM Crash for LinkedIn – Part 2

Introduction Welcome to Part 2 of our investigation into a JVM crash for LinkedIn. This blog post continues the investigation we began in Debugging a JVM Crash for LinkedIn - Part 1. In Part 1, we analyzed the HotSpot error log file to identify the instruction where the JVM crashed. As a reminder, this series is broken down as follows...

Debugging a JVM Crash for LinkedIn – Part 1

Introduction As part of the work we do in the Java Engineering Group we provide support to many first- and third-party customers of the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK, particularly those who run Java workloads on Azure. One of our largest customers is LinkedIn. In the past couple of years our group has worked with LinkedIn to assist with their...

Join us at Microsoft JDConf 2022

Join us for the second Microsoft JDConf event on May 4-5, 2022. JDConf is a virtual, Java focused conference where developers can come together to share interesting topics and stay engaged. Learn about the latest cloud development trends, best practices, tips, tricks, and more.

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