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Docker 1.6 released – Docker Machine 0.2.0

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Docker 1.6 was released yesterday. The key highlights are:                   Container and Image Labels allow to attach user-defined metadata to containers and images (blog post) Docker Windows Client (blog post) Logging Drivers allow you to send container logs to other systems such as Syslog or a third-party. This available as a new option to ...

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Docker MySQL Persistence

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One of the recipes in 9 Docker recipes for Java developers  is using MySQL container with WildFly. Docker containers are ephemeral, and so any state stored in them is gone after they are terminated and removed. So even though MySQL container can be used as explained in the recipe, DDL/DML commands can be used to persist data, but that state is lost, or at least not ...

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Get into Docker

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Have you ever heard about Docker before? Most likely. If not, don’t worry, I’ll try to summarize it for you. Docker is probably one of the hottest technologies at the moment. It has the potential to revolutionize the way we build, deploy and distribute applications. At the same time, it’s already having a huge impact in the development process. In ...

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Configure JRebel with Docker containers

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JRebel allows you to skip build and redeploy process by instantly deploying your application to the application server of your choice. It is supported in all the major IDEs such as NetBeans, Eclipse, and IntelliJ. It is also supported in a wide variety of application servers such as JBoss EAP, WildFly, WebLogic, WebsFear (err, WebSphere), Tomcat, and many others. You ...

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Ignore the Hype: 5 Docker Misconceptions Java Developers Should Consider

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How can you to take a pragmatic approach to Docker and look beyond the hype? Docker has been getting a lot of hype recently, and it’s easy to understand why. Shipping code is challenging. Container technology has traditionally been messy with lots of requirements and templates involved. Docker gives you a simple way to create containers in a repeatable manner. ...

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9 Docker recipes for Java EE Application

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Cross-posted from www.voxxed.com/blog/2015/03/9-docker-recipes-for-java-ee-applications/ So, you’d like to start using Docker for Java EE applications? A typical Java EE application consists of an application server, such as WildFly, and a database, such as MySQL. In addition, you might have a separate front-end tier, say Apache, for load balancing a number of application server. A caching layer, such as Infinispan, may be used ...

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Docker Machine to Setup Docker Host

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Running Docker containers typically involve three components: Docker Client is a binary that accepts commands from the user and communicates back and forth with host Docker Daemon runs on a host machine and does the heavy lifting of building, running, and distributing Docker containers Docker Registry is SaaS platform for sharing and managing Docker images.Docker Hub is a public hub. Private registries can be easily setup ...

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Deploy to WildFly and Docker from Eclipse

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Docker and WildFly Part 1 – Deployment via Volumes and Docker and WildFly Part 2 – Deployment over Management API shows two approaches of how JBoss Tools can be configured to run any application on WildFly server running as a Docker container. The blogs provide detailed setup and the underlying background. This Tech Tip will provide a quick summary of how to deploy a Java EE ...

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Docker Compose to Orchestrate Containers

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Docker Orchestration using Fig showed how to defining and control a multi-container service using Fig. Since then, Fig has been renamed to Docker Compose, or Compose for short. First release of Compose was announced recently:             Announcing @docker compose https://t.co/jJNvzbYCyk by @aanand @bfirsh & community! — Docker (@docker) February 26, 2015 From github.com/docker/compose: Compose is a tool for ...

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Multi-Tier Architecture Tutorial using Docker

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Background While there are many very good Docker tutorials currently available, I found that many are either too simplistic in the scenarios offered, or in some cases, too complex for my liking. Thus, I decided to write my own tutorial that describes a multi-tier architecture configured using Docker. Prerequisites This tutorial assumes that you have successfully installed Git and Docker. ...

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