Using Docker for JBOSS EAP and Oracle DB

To better manage the promotion of builds in my project, I was looking out on how to use docker.

Our application contains jboss EAP, war files which has the application UI and logic, some property files and a set of application configurations stored in a separate schema of the DB.

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  • Is it possible to create a container with
    1. JBOSS EAP
    2. Property Files
    3. WAR files
    4. Oracle Tables (along with data)?

    I have tried with the first 3 and successful in it. I am not sure how to create a container which has the Oracle tables along with its data (records in the tables).

    Please help..

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Using Docker for JBOSS EAP and Oracle DB”

    Docker is not a virtualization platform supported by Oracle.

    I successfully completed this “checklist” from Frits Hoogland Weblog:

    Installing the Oracle database in docker

    This article is written against Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.7, surely it will work on Redhat and similar.

    Regards
    Giovanni

    https://fritshoogland.wordpress.com/2015/08/11/installing-the-oracle-database-in-docker/

    Docker will be the best open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications.