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Container Orchestration | Definition, Benefits & How It Works

Container Orchestration | Definition, Benefits & How It Works In the 1970’s, the concept of a container-based application emerged to transform the IT world. For the first time, the software was deployed consistently and reliably regardless of the target environment’s changes (private or public cloud, personal computer, etc.). With the development of containers, container orchestration has become a trending topic ...

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Testing using TestContainers

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Part of our everyday ci/cd tasks involve using containers in order for the tests to take effect.So what if you could control the containers you use through your tests and serve your scenarios better.Also what if you could do this in a more managed way? Testcontainers is a Java library that supports JUnit tests, providing lightweight, throwaway instances of common ...

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Quarkus remote dev in Docker containers (Update)

In an earlier video, I shared how to run the Quarkus remote-dev mode in Docker containers, which is very helpful for local and remote development environments. Since Quarkus version 1.6, however, the way how we execute the remote dev mode has changed. Assuming, we’d like to have the same setup like in the mentioned video. What’s new is that we ...

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Kafka & Zookeeper for Development: Zookeeper Ensemble

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Previously we spun up Zookeeper and Kafka locally but also through Docker. What comes next is spinning up more than just one Kafka and Zookeeper node and create a 3 node cluster. To achieve this the easy way locally docker-compose will be used. Instead of spinning up various instances on the cloud or running various Java processes and altering configs, ...

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Kafka & Zookeeper for Development: Local and Docker

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Kafka popularity increases every day more and more as it takes over the streaming world. It is already provided out of the box on cloud providers like AWS, Azure and IBM Cloud. Eventually for cases of local development it is a bit peculiar due to requiring various moving parts. This blog will focus on making it easy for a developer ...

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Docker Tutorial Part 2 – The good the bad and the IP

In this second part of docker tutorial, I’ll explain basics of networking in docker with stand-alone containers. Remember from the previous part of the tutorial where we mapped port of our host machine and the container? In this part, we will setup our containers so they can communicate with each other and for that we don’t need to do an ...

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