Deploying into the cloud with the IBM Application Pattern for Java

Build and deploy Java virtual applications in minutes

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Chris Bailey

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: September 18, 2012

The IBM Application Pattern for Java lets you easily move any existing Java application into a cloud-based environment and make it reusable as either a platform or a modifiable template. Find out how this pattern works with IBM's cloud offerings, and get started with step-by-step instructions — including two video demos — for creating, deploying, and monitoring Java virtual applications in a variety of usage scenarios.

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