So, in the previous post we created a fancy dashboard using the smashing framework. Let’s see how we can deploy our dashboard to AWS Elastic Beanstalk using Docker.
In this post we’ll create a small Java application, run it inside a Docker container, and use IntelliJ IDEA to debug. The source code is available here. This is a rather large post, so take your time.
Using Kafka on your local development machine adds another level of complexity. You need to manage two extra services, Apache ZooKeeper and Apache Kafka. In a previous post, I mentioned the possibility of creating a Windows service wrapper for Kafka, so that managing is a bit easier. In this post, we’ll have a look at Docker and how we can use it to solve the same problem in a different way. I am new to Docker, so this is a very basic post, more like an introduction to Docker. Continue reading “Kafka with Docker: A Docker introduction”