Docker for Java developers

Today, it has been one of this days to learn something new. If you have seen any of my blogs, you should know that I like to write about what I am learning and I like to write it myself, I am not a fan of just paste resources or other people’s materials or tutorials but, sometimes, I need to make exceptions.

Today, I was learning Docker, you know, the container platform that allows us to deploy applications in containers in a easy way. Unless you have been living for a long time under a rock probably you what I am talking about.

Looking for resources I have found a video of one of the presentation in the Devnexus conferences in 2015 that it has help me a lot. Considering it is a great resource, I am gonna link the video here, instead of writing myself an article, because I consider that it is very well explained and the tricks and solutions he shows are very interesting.

The speaker is Burr Sutter, a former employee (at the time the article is written) of Red Hat. He has a blog, a github account and a twitter account you can check. The video is quite interesting and not boring at all, it is more than one hour but it feels much shorter than that.

In addition, I strongly recommend you to go to his github account (listed before) and take a look to the tutorials he is using during the video:

  • Docker tutorial: Simple deploy of a Java EE application.
  • Docker MySQL tutorial: Same application than the previous one but with two different containers, one with the application server and the application and another one with the MySQL database.

Just a tiny addition to the excellent job he has done. Right now, we can download from the Docker page the native version of Docker for MAC and for Windows. They are still in beta version but I have not had any problem with that and everything looks a bit simpler.

Good luck with your learning and enjoy it.

See you.

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Docker for Java developers

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