Dockerizing any Spring Boot application

In this section, I'll focus on how to dockerize a Spring Boot application (Account-Service) to run in an isolated environment, which is a container. In the previous chapters, we have created some microservices, such as Account-Service and Customer-Service. Now I will describe the process of migrating a Spring Boot Account-Service to Docker. We will start by modifying a build file, then we will create Dockerfile so it can be run locally.

So let's go ahead and create Dockerfile in our Spring Boot project:

#This is a Dockerfile for a microservice application # Use an official Java 8 runtime as a parent image FROM maven:3.5-jdk-8-alpine VOLUME /tmp #Set maintainer email id MAINTAINER admin@dineshonjava.com ...

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