Delivering modern software development in an agile world requires the architecture to evolve together with the business functionality, not to be built up-front. This is where the term Evolutionary Architecture pops up. "An evolutionary architecture supports guided, incremental change across multiple dimensions"
As you might already know, in Windows Server 2016, Microsoft is hopping on the container bandwagon and offering support for both Linux-based Docker-containers running with Hyper-V and native Windows-based Docker-containers (called Windows Containers). Most of the existing documentation uses .NET-based applications as an example,
← Back to Spring Tutorials main page Overview Setup Example Annotated configuration Importing configuration Component scanning Configuration profiles Overview This tutorial will look at how to configure the Spring Framework, or more specifically how to configure and bootstrap the Spring container. How to load configuration