Java EE 7 + Thin WARs + Docker = Great Productivity

Java EE application servers separate the stable infrastructure from application code. Running Java EE applications (WildFly in the following screencast) on docker containers can significantly speed-up your build and start times. You only have to build what varies and not the whole infrastructure.

In the following screencast I'm running docker and the IDE on the same machine. In practice the server and development environments are separated what should result in even more dramatic results:

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Posted by jk on July 17, 2015 at 01:34 PM CEST #

Have you shared the code in any place? I'm looking about dockers files examples.

Posted by martdominguez on July 28, 2015 at 01:35 PM CEST #

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