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Part 3: Building Cloud-Native Java Microservices with OpenJDK

Bringing Java Microservices into Production with Custom Domain, HTTPS, Logging, Monitoring using AWS Cloud

Source: BellSoft

In recent years, Java is not always considered the preferred programming language for the Cloud. Contrary to the popular belief, you can build and deploy…

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