Multi-application multi-layer configuration in an AWS environment

Victor S Denisov

Abstract


When designing and implementing complex multi-application systems for cloud environments, developers often run into issues with managing run-time configuration for each application in different deployments (such as development, staging and production), as well as configuration information common between deployments and applications. This paper proposes one approach to solving this problem for Java applications running in Amazon Web Services cloud platform.


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