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Docker - Containerizing Spring Boot Application

Greetings! It is easy to containerize our spring boot application using docker. Let's begin. Source code Step 1: Create a simple Spring boot application. mvn clean package Step 2: Create Dockerfile FROM openjdk:8-jdk-alpine VOLUME /tmp COPY target/spring-docker-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar spring-docker-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar ENTRYPOINT ["java","-jar","/spring-docker-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar"] Step 3: Create a docker image using our Dockerfile docker build -t spring-docker-1 . Step 4: Make sure our image is built. docker images Step 5: Create a container using our Spring boot image. docker container run -d -p 8080:8080 --name sd-1 spring-docker-1 Step 6: Check logs to see whether it is started correctly. docker logs sd-1 Step 7: Go to web browser to see our app in action. http://localhost:8080/ http://localhost:8080/echo Awesome work! Now we have a running Docker container of our Spring boot application.

Docker - Mysql as a Container

Greetings! How do you(we) run Mysql database in our development, QA or production environment? Install required packages, configure, open ports, monitor as necessary. So many things to do and it is repeating over all the environments. Why repeat when we have Docker! First make sure you have installed Docker. docker -v Get the MySQL image Let's pull the Mysql image from the docker hub. Official MySQL docker image docker pull mysql Make sure it is downloaded. docker images Creating the MySQL container Let's create a container from it and go inside. docker container run -d -p 3306:3306 --name mysql-test -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=secret mysql docker exec -it mysql-test bash Now we are inside our mysql docker container. We can use all our mysql commands from here. # mysql -uroot -p # Enter password:secret # create database docker-test Type exit to exit from the container. Inspecting the container Check and inspect our container to get more details. doc