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Deploying Spring Boot-based microservices with Docker – part 3

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In part 1 and part 2 of this series, we looked at the benefits of the microservice architecture and showed how Spring Boot simplifies the development of microservices. We also built a couple of simple Spring Boot-based services for user registration: a web application and a RESTful backend service (github repo). In this article, we will look at how to deploy Spring Boot-based services with an exciting new technology called Docker.

Microservice deployment options

One of the neat things about Spring Boot is that it builds a self-contained, executable JAR file. We don’t need to install and correctly configure an application server. All that’s required is the appropriate version of Java. This means that you just need to tell whoever is responsible for deploying the application in production (or a QA environment) the JAR file along with the following information:

  1. What version of Java to install.
  2. What…

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