2017 - Build and Deployment of Java Applications on OpenShift Container Platform 3

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This reference architecture explores some of the common options for building and deploying Java EE applications in an OpenShift environment.

This includes the use of S2I (Source-to-Image) as well as deploying custom container images to OpenShift. The S2I process can be use with source code, where the build takes place as part of the OpenShift deployment, as well as to deploy already built Java packages such as WAR files.

The paper also explores the potential use of continuous integration (CI) tools such as Jenkins, on OpenShift and outside of it, and the use of Maven or any custom build tools to produce an application archive or even a container image before deployment.

Build and Deployment of Java Applications on OpenShift Container Platform 3

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