Java EE: Packaging and Deploying an App

Java EE: Packaging and Deploying an App
Java EE: Packaging and Deploying an App
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Choosing a deployment option for your Java application can be hard. Learn how to pick the right strategy and get introduced to some of the most popular solutions, like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure, in this course with Emmanuel Henri. Emmanuel explains how to package your application correctly and reviews three different options: deployment to a local environment with glassfish, deploying to the cloud with Azure and AWS, and deploying to Docker containers. Learn about the typical uses and benefits of each option, so you can pick the best strategy for your workflow and your end user.

Topics include:

  • Deployment options
  • Setting up your deployment
  • Deploying locally with glassfish
  • Deploying to Azure and AWS
  • Deploying to Docker containers
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Strategize your deployment options
2 What you should know

Deployment Options and Micro-Services
3 Overview of deployment options
4 Introduction to microservices

Preparation and Packaging
5 Build blocks of a deployment
6 Base setup

Deploy to a Local Server
7 Introduction to GlassFish
8 Set up a project with GlassFish in NetBeans
9 Deploy using autodeploy

Deploy to the Cloud
10 Introduction to AWS ECS
11 Deployment to AWS
12 Introduction to Microsoft Azure web apps
13 Deployment to Azure

Deploy to Containers
14 Overview of Docker
15 Install and set up Docker
16 Build and deploy to Docker

Conclusion
17 Next steps