Help Microsoft smooth the Java EE cloud migration path
The Microsoft Engineering Team is trying to understand how Azure can be best improved to become an even more compelling platform for Java EE workloads. Everything you can share on your Java EE journey to the cloud is worth its weight in gold!
The Microsoft Azure engineering team is trying to understand how the Java EE migration path to the cloud can be as smooth as possible.
There is no better way to do so than to carefully listen to people who have either already gone through the Java EE journey to cloud, are going through the journey currently or are planning to start their journey in the future. The Microsoft Azure team facilitates these important set of dialogs through engineering engagements. You will be speaking directly with some of the key engineers driving Java on Azure. Everything you can share on your Java EE journey to the cloud is worth its weight in gold.
Reza Rahman, Principal Program Manager for Java on Azure and former Oracle Java EE evangelist, said this about the engagement:
Our team sincerely cares about and wants to understand the needs of Java EE developers moving to the cloud. There is no agenda here beyond really listening to you and trying to create something of value for all.
Asir Selvasingh, Principal Program Manager for Java on Azure and Microsoft veteran, said this about the engagement:
Microsoft loves Open Source and Java. Our customers have expressed definite interest in Java EE along with Java SE and Spring. This engagement is part of our ongoing effort to make Azure one of the most customer-driven places to deploy and scale Java workloads.
Are you in? Complete this two-minute questionnaire to engage!
Please be rest assured there is absolutely no commitment expected but some of your time. Microsoft engineering engagements are never tied to sales, advocacy or marketing objectives. This is about listening to you to help create real customer value for the Java EE ecosystem on one of the leading cloud platforms.