Docker launched a very cool sandbox, play-with-docker.com , so anyone can try out Docker standalone and Docker Swarm(will do another post later to show this). I've personally tried it and it's fully functional!
I uploaded a sample Spring Boot Docker image in docker hub so I can try it in the sandbox.
Here is the source to create the Docker image
You can pull the image using this command
docker pull melvindave/spring-boot-example
To run use this command
docker run -d -p 8081:8080 melvindave/spring-boot-example
To check logs you can run this command
docker logs <container id>
To see if the Spring Boot application is running, click the link 8081(port which we exposed to the outside world using the option -p 8081:8080)
It will open a new browser window and you can see the response of the Spring Boot application.
If you want to run play-with-docker locally in your Mac, check out my blog post about this.
Happy hacking! Please feel free to leave comments below. Cheers! :)
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