Build Spring Boot container packaged application using Wercker and deploy to Oracle Application Container Cloud Service

Posted: March 27, 2018 in Cloud, JDeveloper & ADF, WebLogic
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About this tutorial

Wercker is a Docker-Native CI/CD Automation platform for Kubernetes & Microservice Deployments. Wercker is integrated with Docker containers, which package up application code and can be easily moved from server to server. Each build artifact can be a Docker container. The user can take the container from the Docker Hub or his private registry and build the code before shipping it. Its SaaS platform enables developers to test and deploy code often. They can push software updates incrementally as they are ready, rather than in bundled dumps. It makes it easier for coders to practice continuous integration, a software engineering practice in which each change a developer makes to the codebase is constantly tested in the process so that software doesn’t break when it goes live.

Wercker is based on the concept of pipelines, which are automated workflows. Pipelines take pieces of code and automatically execute a series of steps upon that code. The Wercker API provides programmatic access to information about applications, builds and deploys. There are code snippets available for Golang, Node.js and Python.

Oracle Application Container Cloud Service includes Oracle Java SE Cloud Service and Oracle Node Cloud Service. It provides a lightweight infrastructure so that you can run Java SE, PHP, and Node.js applications in the Oracle Cloud. Get the workshop material here.

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