/Tag: Docker

Docker – Multi Container App

Docker - Multi Container App In my last post I used Docker to build and run a simple Spring Boot application. This post will take things a little further by introducing a second container, showing you how distinct components can be deployed in separate containers and how those containers can communicate. We'll build a simple Spring Boot app with a REST endpoint that takes an incoming message and adds it to an ActiveMQ message queue. A second endpoint will use a receiver component to consume the next message from the queue and return it to the client.  The application itself is simple but it'll provide [...]

By |2019-02-13T17:24:54+00:00August 11th, 2016|JMS, Spring Boot|0 Comments

Docker & Spring Boot

Docker & Spring Boot Docker allows you to package an application with its dependencies, into a light weight, portable container that can run on almost any environment.  You can think of a Docker container as a run time, a mini virtual machine that encapsulates your application and its dependencies. In order to run a container you need a Docker image. An image is like a template that defines everything that will exist within the container. You can almost think of an container as a run time instance of the image it was created from. In this post we'll define and build 3 slightly different Docker [...]

By |2019-02-13T17:31:58+00:00July 22nd, 2016|Spring Boot|0 Comments