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Using ConductR with Docker on the JVM

With Ed Callahan Sr. Software Engineer Lightbend, Inc.

Docker has become the tool of choice for many to achieve the isolation of services, without requiring the overhead of a full virtual machine for each. In addition to Java and Scala apps, ConductR supports Docker containers for your non-JVM workloads too.

In this webinar by Sr. Software Engineer, Ed Callahan, we will see how Typesafe ConductR and Docker can be combined. You will see how to “dockerize” Typesafe Reactive Platform-based applications with Typesafe ConductR. Also, we will show how to use Typesafe ConductR to deploy and manage other services, using Docker images as the deployment bundle format.

In Part 3 in this four-part series of webinars, we’ll explore how to combine ConductR and Docker:

  • Package your Typesafe Reactive Platform application as a Docker image to run on ConductR.
  • Review how to package and deploy your Typesafe Reactive Platform application without Docker
  • Cover how to package your non-JVM application as a Docker image to run on ConductR.
  • Configure your Docker image using the build file of your application.
  • Use ConductR to run arbitrary applications packaged as Docker images.

Next ConductR Webinar:

  • Reactive for DevOps 4/4: ConductR and improving resiliency and elasticity


WEBINAR REPLAY |

Using ConductR with Docker on the JVM

With Ed Callahan Sr. Software Engineer Lightbend, Inc. and

Docker has become the tool of choice for many to achieve the isolation of services, without requiring the overhead of a full virtual machine for each. In addition to Java and Scala apps, ConductR supports Docker containers for your non-JVM workloads too.

In this webinar by Sr. Software Engineer, Ed Callahan, we will see how Typesafe ConductR and Docker can be combined. You will see how to “dockerize” Typesafe Reactive Platform-based applications with Typesafe ConductR. Also, we will show how to use Typesafe ConductR to deploy and manage other services, using Docker images as the deployment bundle format.

In Part 3 in this four-part series of webinars, we’ll explore how to combine ConductR and Docker:

  • Package your Typesafe Reactive Platform application as a Docker image to run on ConductR.
  • Review how to package and deploy your Typesafe Reactive Platform application without Docker
  • Cover how to package your non-JVM application as a Docker image to run on ConductR.
  • Configure your Docker image using the build file of your application.
  • Use ConductR to run arbitrary applications packaged as Docker images.

Next ConductR Webinar:

  • Reactive for DevOps 4/4: ConductR and improving resiliency and elasticity


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About Presenter

Ed Callahan Sr. Software Engineer Lightbend, Inc.

Edward Callahan (@calncal) is a senior software engineer with Typesafe where he gets to build reactive applications. Previously he was a technical lead at VMware's SpringSource division. Ed has been contributing to open source software for years and has been hacking in the JVM, DOM and elsewhere for even longer. He studied at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Northeastern University, and is the author of Easy Web Development with WaveMaker.

About Presenters

Ed Callahan Sr. Software Engineer Lightbend, Inc.

Edward Callahan (@calncal) is a senior software engineer with Typesafe where he gets to build reactive applications. Previously he was a technical lead at VMware's SpringSource division. Ed has been contributing to open source software for years and has been hacking in the JVM, DOM and elsewhere for even longer. He studied at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Northeastern University, and is the author of Easy Web Development with WaveMaker.

About Lightbend

Lightbend (Twitter: @Lightbend) is dedicated to helping developers build Reactive applications on the JVM. With the Lightbend Reactive Platform, developers can create message-driven applications that scale on multicore and cloud computing architectures by using projects like Lagom, Play Framework, Akka, Scala, Java, and Apache Spark. To help our customers succeed, Lightbend partners with technology pioneers such as Databricks, IBM, and Mesosphere.