Yearly Archives: 2017


docker as a linux systemd service
Introduction There are many different ways to orchestrate docker container management, initialization, deployment, etc. Even Docker brings its own vanilla tool and mode. There are also many other third party container orchestration tools such as Kubernetes, Rancher, Apache Mesos, etc. Docker daemon offers simple means to start, stop, manage and query status of deployed containers. In this post we’ll cover how to use a docker + systemd only approach to deploy containers as Linux services without the need for third party tools or complex deployment descriptors. In this tutorial we will show how to deploy Portainer as a Linux systemd […]

Docker container as a Linux system service


build.gradle script 4
Introduction In this post I’ll show you how to serve an Angular (>2) frontend application using a Java Spring Boot application as the backend and static page web server, and a Gradle script to perform automated build and deploy tasks both for Spring and Angular. Requirements The technology stack required for this tutorial is: Node.js Angular CLI Gradle The main goal is to achieve a npm install + build that integrates with Java’s gradle build and deploys the distribution files into Spring’s static resources directory. You could replace Angular CLI for any other Frontend build tool / framework such as React. […]

Angular + Spring Boot integration using Gradle