You've built your first Spring Boot application. Now what? Itching to learn more? In this course, Spring Boot: Efficient Development, Configuration, and Deployment, you'll go beyond the basics and learn how you can do things faster, smarter, easier, and more cloud-enabled. First, you'll learn how to get developing faster using Spring Initializr and the IDE support in IntelliJ and Eclipse. Then, you'll learn the details behind @EnableAutoConfiguration by writing your own auto configurations. You'll also begin to understand the power of using @ConfigurationProperties to externalize your application configuration. Lastly, you'll learn how to take advantage of Docker as a cloud-agnostic way of deploying your application to the cloud using Amazon Web Services and the Amazon EC2 Container Service. When you're finished with this course, you'll have an excellent understanding of how to get started quickly with Spring Boot, how to easily write your own auto configurations, how to easily make use of externalized configuration, and how to deploy your Spring Boot application to the cloud.
Dustin Schultz is a Lead Software Engineer and a technology evangelist at heart. He holds a Bachelors and a Masters in Computer Science, and is a full stack developer with the majority of his experience in Java, Spring, Hibernate, Spring Boot, Maven, AngularJS, and "The Cloud".
Course Overview Hi, my name's Dustin Schultz, and welcome to my course, Spring Boot: Efficient Development, Configuration, and Deployment. I'm a huge fan of the Spring Framework, and I've been developing Spring applications for almost ten years. Spring Boot is a fresh, new approach that makes developing with the Spring Framework fun, easy, and productive. In this course, we're going to go beyond the basics of Spring Boot and learn how you can take full advantage of all of its features. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include: quickly getting started with Spring Initializer, and learning how to use the Spring Boot support within your IDE. We'll understand the details behind app enable auto configuration, and we'll even learn to write our own auto configurations. We'll utilize the power of app configuration properties to externalize our application configuration, and we'll also learn how to deploy our Spring Boot apps in a cloud agnostic manner using Docker. By the end of this course, you're going to be knowledgeable beyond the basics of Spring Boot, and you'll understand how you can make full utilization of it. Before beginning this course, you should have a good familiarity with the Spring Framework, with Maven, and have had at least an introduction to Spring Boot. I hope you'll join me in learning Spring Boot at Pluralsight, with the course, Spring Boot: Efficient Development, Configuration, and Deployment.