Containerizing Java EE 8 Apps Using Docker and Kubernetes [Video]
Some enterprise developers might wonder whether the Java EE platform is eligible for realizing modern, containerized enterprise applications that run in cloud offerings. A lot of enterprises migrate their runtime environments to platforms that are based on Docker and Kubernetes.
Container technologies, in combination with orchestration, provide significant advantages in the way companies deploy and operate their enterprise software.
This raises the question: Are enterprise applications developed with Java EE eligible for these technologies; if so, how can this transition be accomplished?
This course will show you how it is possible to develop Java EE 8 applications that run in containers. We will see why Java EE specifically is a natural fit for containers.
This course starts with practical ways on how you can use Docker in Java EE 8 and how to troubleshoot containers. You will run Java EE in containers. This course will also teach you how to configure containerized applications. Also you will orchestrate containers using Kubernetes.
By the end of the course, you will be able to Integrate Java EE applications into Kubernetes.
All the code and supporting files for this course are available on Github at https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Containerized-Java-EE-8-Apps-using-Docker-and-Kubernetes
Style and Approach
A practical step-by-step guide providing knowledge on how to ship and deploy enterprise applications with containers and container orchestration frameworks using Docker and Kubernetes.
|Course Length||2 hours 56 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||30 May 2018|
|Containerizing Java Enterprise|
|Java in containers – challenges|
|Leveraging Docker’s copy-on-write file system|