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Microsoft is integrating Azure Spring Cloud with New Relic One performance monitoring. Principal PM architect Asir Selvasingh explained that Microsoft spent the last 18 months gathering feedback from enterprise customers about the scenarios they encounter. Enterprise feedback indicated a need to support application performance management and continuity for apps. He wrote:
Most organizations that deploy Spring Boot applications today share a similar goal: maximize the benefits of running Spring Boot applications at virtually any scale, using automation and application performance monitoring. While Azure Spring Cloud excels at abstracting away much of the toil associated with managing containerized workloads, the challenge of monitoring and maintaining the performance and health of these applications, or of troubleshooting issues when they occur, can be daunting—especially as organizations deploy these applications at massive scale.