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‘Micro’ Java EE on the Cloud with ‘Dockerized’ Payara

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‘Micro’ Java EE on the Cloud with ‘Dockerized’ Payara

The idea is to show you how easy it is to get up and running with Java EE on the cloud.

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Thankfully I don’t have to write much because I have a screen cast.. Yay ! My second one [ trying to get better at this ;-) ]

The idea is to show you how easy it is to get up and running with Java EE on the cloud. I decided to use Payara and its docker images because I particularly like its micro version. This should be applicable to any other dockerized Java EE server though e.g. Weblogic 12c.


Here is list of the commands for your reference

General Docker setup

  • sudo yum update
  • sudo yum install -y docker
  • sudo service docker start
  • sudo usermod -a -G docker ec2-user
  • docker info

‘Dockerized’ Payara setup

  • docker search payara
  • docker pull payaradocker/payara-micro:4.1.152.1.micro.oraclejdk8
  • docker run –name pmc -d -p 8080:8080 -i -t payaradocker/payara-micro:4.1.152.1.micro.oraclejdk8 /bin/bash
  • docker ps
  • docker attach –sig-proxy=false pmc
  • java -jar payara-micro-4.1.152.1.jar –port 8080 –deploy showcase-5.2.war

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