Azure Spring Apps is an excellent service from Microsoft for Spring developers that can help them to manage the lifecycle of their Spring Boot applications with different advanced features for configuration management, monitoring and diagnostics, and many more.
In this Azure article, we will discuss how to create Azure Spring Apps in Azure Portal.
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How to create Azure Spring Apps
Before starting, as a prerequisite, Make sure you have a valid Azure Subscription. If you don’t have till now, nothing to worry about, Create an Azure free account now.
Assuming you are ready with the prerequisite, Follow the below steps for creating the Azure Spring Apps in Azure Portal.
- Log in to the Azure Portal.
- Search for Azure Spring Apps and click on the search result Azure Spring Apps as shown below.
3. On the Azure Spring Apps window, click on the + Create button.
Or, you can click on the Create Azure Spring Apps button to create the Azure Spring Apps.
4. Provide the below details on the Azure Spring Apps window.
Select the Basics tab and fill in the below details
- Subscription: Provide a valid Azure subscription.
- Resource Group: Select an existing Resource Group or, you can also click on the Create new link to create a new Resource Group.
- Name: Provide a unique name for your Azure Spring Apps.
- Region: Choose your Region or location.
- Zone Redundant: You can select this option based on your requirements.
- Pricing tier: Choose the Pricing tier option based on your need. You can click on the Change link to change the pricing tier from the list of available options.
Then click on the Next: Diagnostic settings button to navigate to the Diagnostic settings tab.
- Enable logs: By default, this option is enabled, you can either enable or disable this option based on your requirement.
- Log Analytics workspace: You can use the default Log Analytics workspace or, you can click on the Create new link to create a new Log Analytics workspace.
Then click on the Next: Application Insights button to navigate to the Application Insights tab.
On the Application Insights tab, provide the below details
- Enable Application Insights: Select the check box to enable the Application Insights option, By default, it is enabled.
- Application Insights: Either you can choose the default Application Insights or even you can click on the Create new link to create a new Application Insights.
- Sampling rate: The default value is 10. You can change this value based on your requirement.
Then click on the Next: Networking button to navigate to the Networking tab.
On the Networking tab, You can leave the options as it is or you can select the Deploy in your own virtual network option.
If you are selecting this option, you need to provide the below details
The first thing you need to do is, you need to change the pricing tier from Basic to Standard or Enterprise.
Select the Virtual Network, Service runtime subnet, Spring Boot microservice apps subnet, Choose the outbound type, etc.
For me, I have not selected the Deploy in your own virtual network option.
Keep the other tab option as it is and click on the Review and create button.
Now, it will validate all the details and you will see the Create button. Click on the Create button on the next screen as shown below.
It will take a few minutes and then the deployment will get completed. Click on the Go to resource button to navigate to the Azure Spring Apps that we have created.
Here, it is.
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Well, it is so easy to create Azure Spring Apps in Azure Portal. Now it’s your turn to create the Azure Spring Apps when you have the requirement using the above information. Thanks for reading this article !!!