Using containers to package and deploy applications is causing a seismic shift in the way software is developed, and you may wonder how, or if, Java works with this new paradigm. In fact, combining Java with container technology can bring out the best in both. With this report, you’ll learn valuable techniques, methodologies, and advice for continuously delivering Java applications with containers, from both an architectural and operational perspective.
To help you follow the book’s examples, author Daniel Bryant includes a simple ecommerce application that includes three microservices, a Docker Compose file, and a Jenkins build pipeline. You can clone the GitHub repository locally and learn firsthand how the continuous delivery process with Docker works. Much of the advice and patterns in this guide also apply to several other container technologies.
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About the author: Daniel Bryant is Chief Scientist at OpenCredo and CTO at SpectoLabs. Acting as a technical leader and aspiring to be the archetypal "generalizing specialist," his current work includes enabling agility within organizations. He does so by focusing on the relevance of architecture within agile development, implementing high-quality testing strategies, and facilitating continuous integration/delivery.