Author Archives: Oliver Wack

Project Valhalla’s Inline Types – Codes Like a Class, Works Like an int

After nearly 7 years it’s time to have a short look at project Valhalla. The project’s main goal is to increase the performance of Java on modern hardware. While it remains still unclear when the project will finish, several things … Continue reading

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A full CI environment with Docker 2/2

In part 1 of this blog post we already set up quite some development environment. We have a remote source code management server to work with. A repository manager to handle our dependencies and additionally implemented a quality check. However, … Continue reading

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A full CI environment with Docker 1/2

In my recent blog posts I talked about using Docker to build and deploy an image to the Azure cloud. In later posts I advertised to check out WSL2 as your new Docker environment. Today I want to show you … Continue reading

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Seamless integration of Docker on Windows using WSL 2?

In this post I give a short summary of using Docker on Windows and a more detailed view into the newest Docker Desktop version in combination with WSL 2. If you would like to learn the basics of WSL 2, … Continue reading

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WSL 2: The new Windows Subsystem for Linux

This post gives a general introduction with focus on the new version WSL 2. It provides some basic usage principles and outlines some advantages and disadvantages. In future posts to come, I will evaluate using WSL 2 as a software … Continue reading

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Re-deploy your containerized Java application on Azure

In my previous post a while ago I showed you how to deploy your dockerized Java application on Azure. It was a step-by-step introduction switching from browser to IDE, to command line (Docker CLI or Azure CLI), to the Azure … Continue reading

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How to run a containerized Java application in the cloud on Microsoft Azure

This post is not meant for any Docker/Microsoft Azure e­xpert. But for people like me, who already wrote some Java code and may have peeked a little bit into the Docker topic. Who have never touched “the cloud”, but are … Continue reading

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