ServoyWorld 2017: Using Docker to Deploy your Servoy Apps

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ServoyWorld 2017: Using Docker to Deploy your Servoy Apps

Postby goldcougar » Mon May 22, 2017 5:24 pm

For those of you that saw my presentation at Servoy World and have emailed me, or those that missed it but are interested in Docker...

I've updated the Servoy repo on Docker Hub at: https://hub.docker.com/r/itechpros/servoy/
I've also added some additional documentation available on GitHub at: https://github.com/goldcougar/servoy-do ... /README.md

It shows an explanation of the various tags available and also includes example Docker Compose and Docker Cloud YAML files showing how to do bundled Servoy and Postgres deployments very easily.

Lastly, attached is the powerpoint presentation I gave at Servoy World.
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ServoyWorld 2017 Presentation
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Re: ServoyWorld 2017: Using Docker to Deploy your Servoy App

Postby goldcougar » Tue May 23, 2017 1:54 am

I've been getting some questions on how to use Docker Hub and how all the pieces fit together. So, I've put together this video, and posted it on YouTube. It covers a Servoy 8 WAR deployment from scratch, using Bitbucket, Docker Hub and Docker Cloud: https://youtu.be/RVOpAntP2oM
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Re: ServoyWorld 2017: Using Docker to Deploy your Servoy App

Postby rafig » Tue May 23, 2017 9:22 pm

Thank you Scott for all of this!
Your session last week was very inspiring and I managed today, in one day & being a complete 'noob' at this, to get a docker container up and running in the cloud with a demo solution from a WAR file running in it!
Just follow the video step by step and you will be fine
(A few caveats
you will need somewhere to put a downloadable copy of your WAR file
it's probably best to have a database server running somewhere else, not in a container
you will need something like Amazon Web Services or DigitalOcean for your container)

But basically, if I can do it, anyone can ;-)

Great work Scott
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