Published On October 25, 2018

Packaging your .jar or .war files into a Docker container

You learned how to build your own Docker images, now it's time to put your application's .jar or .war file inside that docker image so that you can run endless container instances with your application. Let's find out how to do that in this episode.

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Packaging your .jar or .war files into a Docker container

You learned how to build your own Docker images, now it's time to put your application's .jar or .war file inside that docker image so that you can run endless container instances with your application. Let's find out how to do that in this episode.

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