Open source Java projects: Docker

Set up and deploy a Java application to Docker, then integrate a Docker container into your Maven build process for easier testing and automated production builds.

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Docker is an open platform for building, shipping, and running distributed applications. Dockerized applications can run locally on a developer's machine, and they can be deployed to production across a cloud-based infrastructure. Docker lends itself to rapid development and enables continuous integration and continuous deployment like almost no other technology does. In short, Docker is a platform that every developer should be familiar with.

This installment of Open source Java projects introduces Java developers to Docker. I'll explain why it's important to developers, walk you through setting up and deploying a Java application to Docker, and show you how to integrate Docker into your build process.

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