This post is the last post in the series of three. I am going to deploy my custom docker image on Azure using the Azure Container Service. For the other 2 see: Deploy your docker container on the Oracle Cloud, Deploy your docker container on Amazon EC2. Let’s get started. Create a container registry First we need to login to the Azure platform. If you don’t have an account yet, Continue ReadingDeploy your docker container on Azure Container Service
In a previous post I deployed my SpringBoot docker container on the Oracle Cloud. In this post I am going to try and do the same but then using Amazons EC2 Elastic Container Service. Lets get started! Setting up your container service I am going to use Amazons Fargate which makes live much easier. What is Fargate? “AWS Fargate is a technology for Amazon ECS and EKS* that allows you Continue ReadingDeploy your docker container on Amazon EC2 Elastic Container Service.
In the second part of the docker series I will try and deploy the image I created in the Oracle Cloud using Oracle Container Cloud Service. First register for a trail account here. After you completed all the steps, be aware that it might take some while for you can actually start. You will receive an email when you are ready to go. Let’s start here! Login into the Oracle Continue ReadingDeploy your docker container on Oracle Container Cloud Service.
Containers are a hot topic nowadays. Is it easy or does it come with a steep learning curve and what are the things to consider? In this blog serie I will show some simple examples of how you can use containers and in which environments. In part 1 I will build a simple SpringBoot application which can be accessed through REST. We will then dockerize it and first run it Continue ReadingRunning a simple SpringBoot API as a Docker container