Pushing Full Profile Java EE Applications To Amazon EC2 Container Service

In this screencast I created from scratch with Maven, built (CentOS, JDK, Payara, Thin WAR, taken from docklands) and pushed a Full Profile Java EE 7 (Payara Full) application to Amazon EC2 Container Service cluster.

The ECS cluster is running on the smallest "free tier" available Amazon EC2 machine t2.micro (1 CPU and 1 GB RAM). t2.nano (512 MB max) would also work -- but is not eligible for free tier.

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Hallo Adam,

ich folge deinem Blog schon lange. Welche Hardware, Software verwendest du um deine Videos zu drehen?


Posted by Antonio on February 18, 2017 at 10:04 AM CET #

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