JavaOne: Live Coding "No Ceremony" Java EE Microservices Session and Screencast

In the screencast below I created Java EE 7 projects with maven, developed and build them, created and build docker images, created a user defined network and finally launched the WARs on payara and wildfly and let them communicate:

In the first part of the JavaOne 2016 session in San Francisco I did the same. For unknown reasons docker was unbelievably slow during the presentation (I guess caused by network timeouts), so I re-recorded the first part. Now you can fast-forward over "boring" parts in the JavaOne presentation:

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