Saturday, 28 November 2015

Sharing - WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile and Docker

I was tinkering with Docker this evening, and found this from an IBM colleague, David Currie


and, thanks to this, I'm now installing WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile ( aka WAS Liberty Profile ) on Docker: -

docker run -e LICENSE=accept websphere-liberty

Unable to find image 'websphere-liberty:latest' locally
latest: Pulling from websphere-liberty
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using Boot2Docker on the Mac, as per a previous post here: -

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