Using Java with ACA dynamic sessions
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by Brian Benz
18h ago
Have you ever needed to just run your Java code in an instant-on container in the cloud without the hassle of managing your own Kubernetes server?  How about having access to Open AI code interpreter built-in to that container and billed on a consumption basis? About Azure Container Apps and dynamic sessions Azure Container Apps (ACA) dynamic sessions provide fast access to secure, sandboxed environments that have access to Azure Open AI (AOAI) via a code interpreter.  ACA dynamic sessions offer strong isolation, access through a REST API, and are automatically deleted when no longe ..read more
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Improved Performance of TLS 1.3 in Java JDK 8
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by Bruno Borges
4d ago
Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3 is the latest version of the TLS protocol, built on the foundation of its predecessors, with significant improvements in terms of security, performance, and simplicity. TLS 1.3 is widely considered one of the most secure network protocols currently available. Support for TLS 1.3 across Microsoft Azure has started to roll out over the past year, and many services have either added support or now made TLS 1.3 the default. General availability: TLS 1.3 with Application Gateway Announcing the availability of TLS 1.3 in Azure API Management in Preview Prepare for ..read more
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Java on Azure Tooling Update – May 2024
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by Jialuo Gan
1w ago
Hi everyone, welcome to the May update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will introduce our getting started guide for Java on Azure Container Apps. We hope you enjoy these updates and have a smooth experience with our Azure toolkit. Please download and install the Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ. Let’s get started. Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ Improvements Getting Started Guide for Java on Azure Container Apps In the previous update, we have announced that Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ has provided support for Java on Azure Container Apps (Java on ACA) with flexible deployment options. F ..read more
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Java on Visual Studio Code Update – May 2024
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by Nick Zhu
1w ago
Hi everyone, welcome to the May update for Visual Studio Code for Java! In this blog we are going to share an exciting new AI related feature for Java developers on Visual Studio Code. In addition, there will be several important Spring updates, so let’s get started. Rewriting your Java code with Copilot-based suggestions As our code undergoes updates and iterations, our business logic continues to grow in complexity. Meanwhile, Java versions are constantly evolving. Often, our older code can be replaced with newer, more efficient alternatives, not only improving their performance but also mak ..read more
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Improving OpenJDK Scalar Replacement – Part 1/3
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by Cesar Soares
1w ago
Scalar replacement (SR) is a powerful optimization technique in OpenJDK that aims to enhance the performance of Java applications by breaking down complex objects into simpler, more manageable scalar variables. In this three-part blog series, we will delve into the intricacies of scalar replacement and the enhancements we’ve contributed to the OpenJDK implementation of it. The first post will provide an overview of scalar replacement, explaining its purpose and fundamental mechanisms. The second post will detail the specific improvements we have made. Finally, the third post will present the r ..read more
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Announcing Functions Flex Consumption Support for Java on Azure Developer Tools
Java at Microsoft
by Jialuo Gan
3w ago
Azure Functions Flex Consumption has just been announced during Microsoft Build 2024 (Full details on this blog), we are excited to share that Flex Consumption is now also supported on Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ and Maven plugins for Azure Functions. With this support, Java developers can create and deploy their Flex Consumption apps easily using our tools. You can run your serverless Java apps for event driven scale with negligible cold-start latency and continuously ready instances on Flex Consumption.  Watch these demos below to build your Azure Functions app with Flex Consumption, If ..read more
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Microsoft Build of OpenJDK – April 2024 Patch & Security Update Release
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by Bruno Borges
1M ago
OpenJDK April 2024 Patch & Security Updates We are happy to announce the latest April 2024 patch & security update release for the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK. See the release notes for detailed changes present in the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK binaries. And download or install the binaries today. The latest versions are now: OpenJDK 21.0.3 OpenJDK 17.0.11 OpenJDK 11.0.23 Check our release notes page for details on fixes and enhancements. As a reminder, the source code of our builds is now available on GitHub for further inspection: jdk21u, jdk17u, and jdk11u ..read more
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The Reliable Web App Pattern for Java with Enhanced Security and Scalability on Azure
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by Rory Preddy
2M ago
To help you understand and use the RWA pattern, we’ve created a comprehensive collection of materials that describe it in full. You can review the documentation and access the production-quality, ready-to-deploy web application – Reference Implementation. The latest update to The Reliable Web App Pattern for Java builds on its initial promise to facilitate the migration of legacy Java applications to Azure, now with a sharper focus on enhancing the production infrastructure. This enhancement responds directly to user feedback, particularly around the value of Infrastructure as Code (IaC ..read more
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Upcoming on the 6-Month Roadmap for Java on Azure Tools
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by Jialuo Gan
2M ago
Hi everyone, welcome to the March update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will share our investments for the next few months of Java on Azure Developer Tools. Besides, we will introduce the support for managing resources using connection strings. We hope you enjoy these updates and have a smooth experience with our Azure toolkit. Please download and install the Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ. Let’s get started. Roadmap Update We are excited to announce our roadmap for the next few months. Our goal is to consistently enhance the code-to-cloud experience for Java developers which allows ..read more
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Java on Visual Studio Code Update – March 2024
Java at Microsoft
by Nick Zhu
2M ago
Hi everyone, welcome to the March update for Visual Studio Code for Java! In this blog we are going to share several new Spring Boot features as well as testing coverage updates, so let’s get started! Spring Boot Feature Updates New Refactoring Preview available for version upgrades The feature to automatically upgrade your projects to the latest Spring Boot version now allows you to choose between applying those changes directly to your project or previewing them in a refactoring preview. The refactoring preview gives you an exact diff for all the changes that the automated version upgrade pr ..read more
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