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Spring Boot 

Spring Boot is an open-source Java-based framework used to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring applications quickly and easily.

It simplifies the configuration and deployment process by providing a range of defaults and embedded servers, thus reducing the boilerplate code and configuration required in a typical Spring application.

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When to use Spring Boot?

Microservices Architecture

Spring Boot is commonly used to build microservices due to its lightweight nature, support for embedded servers, and ability to create independent, deployable units that can scale independently.

Web Application

Spring Boot simplifies the development of web applications by integrating seamlessly with Spring MVC and Thymeleaf, providing embedded Tomcat or Jetty servers, and enabling rapid development and deployment of web-based solutions.

RESTful Web Services

With Spring Boot, developers can easily create RESTful web services, leveraging its comprehensive support for REST APIs and built-in tools to handle HTTP requests and responses efficiently.

Security Applications

By integrating with Spring Security, Spring Boot is used to build secure applications, providing authentication, authorization, and other security features out-of-the-box to protect applications from various security threats.

Batch Processing

Spring Boot is utilized for batch processing applications, offering features like scheduling, chunk processing, and transaction management, which are essential for executing large-scale batch jobs reliably.

Cloud-Native Applications

Spring Boot is ideal for building cloud-native applications, offering easy integration with cloud platforms (like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud) and supporting tools like Spring Cloud to manage configuration, service discovery, and distributed tracing in cloud environments.

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