9 Tips for Containerizing Your Spring Boot Code

Containerizing a Spring Boot application is easy. You can do this by copying the .jar or .war file right into a JDK base image and then packaging it as a Docker image. There are numerous articles online that can help you effectively package your apps. However, many important concerns like Docker image vulnerabilities, image bloat, missing image tags, and poor build performance aren’t addressed. We’ll tackle those common concerns while sharing nine tips for containerizing your Spring Boot code.

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Thanks for sharing. We also use a pattern known as the docker builder. It’s done to make the docker image smaller. Compilation typically necessitates the installation of a few tools, such as the compiler, maven, and so on. The builder allows you to create the artefact, then copy it to another Docker image that contains only the components required to run the app.

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