Azure Spring Cloud service is now in preview
Updated: 04 November, 2019
Azure Spring Cloud, a fully managed Spring Cloud service jointly built and operated with Pivotal, is now available.
Spring is the most popular framework used by Java developers. To build Spring-based applications, Java developers typically use Spring Boot to get started with minimal upfront configuration and Spring Cloud to bring resilience, reliability and coordination to their microservices. However, this still requires lots of infrastructure management. Azure Spring Cloud makes it quick, safe and easy to deploy and operate Spring Boot applications in the cloud.
Among the top cloud service providers, Azure is the only public cloud that offers a fully managed experience for Spring developers.
If you enrolled in our private preview programme, we’ll extend the free usage period to 4 December 2019. On 5 December 2019, we’ll start billing with new prices based on your usage of Azure Spring Cloud. If you don’t want to be billed for your existing service instances, you’ll need to delete them by 4 December 2019.