So you’ve built an application and now you’re looking to deploy it into production on WAS traditional, fronted by IBM HTTP Server. You’ve decided that using Docker containers will give you faster deployments and greater isolation between running instances. The series of videos in this post will show you how to build and run production images for WAS traditional and IBM HTTP server.
The first video demonstrates how to build a production Docker image for IBM HTTP Server using the Dockerfiles made available in GitHub:
The next video demonstrates how to build a production Docker image for WAS traditional using the Dockerfiles made available in GitHub:
Now that you have IBM HTTP Server and IBM WebSphere Application Server traditional images, how do you configure and access the application through IBM HTTP Server?
The final video demonstrates how to configure the IBM HTTP Server with WAS traditional and how to access the application through IBM HTTP Server when both are running inside containers: