In this post, we’ll take the DayTrader sample application and look at two ways in which to build and run it using Docker containers: the Eclipse Docker tooling and using Docker Compose.

Want to manage your containers from Eclipse? Use the Eclipse Docker Tooling to achieve that.

The first video demonstrates how to build and run WebSphere Liberty and DB2 containers using the Eclipse Docker tooling:

Have an application which uses multiple services, where the services are running in different containers and want to start the application using a single command? Use Docker Compose and define the service configurations in a docker-compose.yml file.

In the second video, we take the same DayTrader application but, this time, use Docker Compose to build and run the WebSphere Liberty and DB2 containers:

1 comment on"Using the Eclipse Docker tooling and Docker Compose"

  1. Dan Selman May 03, 2016

    Thank you. Very useful!

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