Amazon Web Services | Deploy Spring Boot with Docker into AWS EC2 | Example | Simple Programming

Amazon Web Services | Deploy Spring Boot with Docker into AWS EC2 | Example | Simple Programming



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Deploy Spring Boot Application with Docker into AWS EC2

In this video, let us see how to deploy a spring boot docker application into Amazon EC2

20 thoughts on “Amazon Web Services | Deploy Spring Boot with Docker into AWS EC2 | Example | Simple Programming

  1. Hi kindly request you please reply ,if I create jar file from local using maven command clean install and then copy this file along with dockerfile to my my ec2 instnace using win scp and then create image and push and pull command and run container ,is it fine ?

  2. have you installed docker on local machine to run command docker build and then connecting ec2 pull that file from docker hub and run container ?

  3. Can you post a video on aws Ci CD for spring boot deployement on ec2 as you mentioned the the fourth option

  4. Hi, its nice video! Very informative in just 7 mins. I tried exactly like this, but its not working for me. I have loaded my spring boot docker image to EC2 and started that EC2 instance from putty follow by docker service and docker run commands. Spring boot app is showing up and running in putty logs but browser cant load that! Please help.

  5. Very good video, for those who want to use aws, docker and spring in the first time, You have to download the ec2-key-pair.pem and put it in the folder where you the command line.

  6. Thank you for the awesome contents 🙂 I just have a brief question.
    Are these steps also gonna be applied to deploying applications such as MERN stack and simple react js application?

  7. It would be better you could use the CFT(Cloundformation) and define everything in it so you can skip all the rest of the process. Let cft handle everything which is more flexibility for real time Containerization.

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