Exercise 6: Deploy a Java application with Build Config (CLI version)

In this exercise we'll revisit the application from exercise 1, except we'll use equivalent CLI commands to deploy our "Authors" application.

From the IBM Cloud console launch the IBM Cloud Shell. Refer to our Getting Starting material to learn how to access the IBM Cloud Shell.

Deploy Authors application (CLI version)

First, clone the Authors source code and change to that directory.

git clone https://github.com/IBM/openshift-on-ibm-cloud-workshops
cd openshift-on-ibm-cloud-workshops
cd deploying-to-openshift

Take note of the new Dockerfile in the application's directory. We've pre-written it for you. But we've copied it here too, go through each line and read the corresponding comment.

# Use an official JDK image
FROM maven:3.5-jdk-8 as BUILD
# Copy the application source code
COPY src /usr/src/app/src
COPY pom.xml /usr/src/app
# Run maven to build the application
RUN mvn -f /usr/src/app/pom.xml clean package
FROM open-liberty:microProfile2-java11
COPY liberty/server.xml /config/
COPY --from=BUILD /usr/src/app/target/authors.war /config/apps/
# Allow traffic on port 3000
EXPOSE 3000

From the OpenShift console click the user name in the top right corner and select Copy Login Command.

Copy Login Command

The login command will be copied to the clipboard, in the IBM Cloud Shell, paste that command. For example:

oc login https://c100-e.us-south.containers.cloud.ibm.com:30403 --token=jWX7a04tRgpdhW_iofWuHqb_Ygp8fFsUkRjOK7_QyFQ

Create a new OpenShift project to deploy our application, call it cloud-native-starter.

oc new-project cloud-native-starter

Build your application's image by running the oc new-build command from your source code root directory. This will create a Build and an ImageStream of the app.

oc new-build --name authors --binary --strategy docker

The output should look like below:

$ oc new-build --name authors --binary --strategy docker
* A Docker build using binary input will be created
* The resulting image will be pushed to image stream tag "authors:latest"
* A binary build was created, use 'start-build --from-dir' to trigger a new build
--> Creating resources with label build=authors ...
imagestream.image.openshift.io "authors" created
buildconfig.build.openshift.io "authors" created
--> Success

Start a new build using the oc start-build command.

oc start-build authors --from-dir . --follow

The output should look like below:

$ oc start-build authors --from-dir . --follow
Uploading directory "." as binary input for the build ...
.
Uploading finished
build.build.openshift.io/authors-1 started
Receiving source from STDIN as archive ...
Pulling image maven:3.5-jdk-8 ...
Pulling image open-liberty:microProfile2-java11 ...
Extracting
--> FROM maven:3.5-jdk-8 as BUILD
--> COPY src /usr/src/app/src
--> COPY pom.xml /usr/src/app
--> RUN mvn -f /usr/src/app/pom.xml clean package
...
Downloading from central: https://repo.maven.apache.org/maven2/org/apache/maven/plugins/maven-clean-plugin/2.5/maven-clean-plugin-2.5.pom
...
--> FROM open-liberty:microProfile2-java11 as 1
--> COPY liberty/server.xml /config/
--> COPY --from=BUILD /usr/src/app/target/authors.war /config/apps/
--> EXPOSE 3000
--> ENV "OPENSHIFT_BUILD_NAME"="authors-1" "OPENSHIFT_BUILD_NAMESPACE"="cloud-native-starter"
--> LABEL "io.openshift.build.name"="authors-1" "io.openshift.build.namespace"="cloud-native-starter"
--> Committing changes to temp.builder.openshift.io/cloud-native-starter/authors-1:534cb12a ...
--> Done
Pushing image docker-registry.default.svc:5000/cloud-native-starter/authors:latest ...
Pushed 0/13 layers, 8% complete
Pushed 1/13 layers, 38% complete
...
Pushed 12/13 layers, 100% complete
Pushed 13/13 layers, 100% complete

View the build logs by running the oc logs command.

oc logs bc/authors

Finally, deploy the application by running oc new-app.

oc new-app -i authors

The output should look like below:

$ oc new-app -i authors
--> Found image d3dfc36 (5 minutes old) in image stream "cloud-native-starter/authors" under tag "latest" for "authors"
* This image will be deployed in deployment config "authors"
* Ports 3000/tcp, 9080/tcp, 9443/tcp will be load balanced by service "authors"
* Other containers can access this service through the hostname "authors"
--> Creating resources ...
deploymentconfig.apps.openshift.io "authors" created
service "authors" created
--> Success
Application is not exposed. You can expose services to the outside world by executing one or more of the commands below:
'oc expose svc/authors'
Run 'oc status' to view your app

View the deployment logs by running the oc logs command.

oc logs dc/authors

The output should look like:

$ oc logs dc/authors
Launching defaultServer (Open Liberty 19.0.0.10/wlp-1.0.33.cl191020191002-0300) on Eclipse OpenJ9 VM, version 11.0.4+11 (en_US)
[AUDIT ] CWWKE0001I: The server defaultServer has been launched.
[AUDIT ] CWWKG0093A: Processing configuration drop-ins resource: /opt/ol/wlp/usr/servers/defaultServer/configDropins/defaults/keystore.xml
[AUDIT ] CWWKG0093A: Processing configuration drop-ins resource: /opt/ol/wlp/usr/servers/defaultServer/configDropins/defaults/open-default-port.xml
[AUDIT ] CWWKZ0058I: Monitoring dropins for applications.
[AUDIT ] CWWKS4104A: LTPA keys created in 2.099 seconds. LTPA key file: /opt/ol/wlp/output/defaultServer/resources/security/ltpa.keys
[AUDIT ] CWPKI0803A: SSL certificate created in 4.881 seconds. SSL key file: /opt/ol/wlp/output/defaultServer/resources/security/key.p12

Expose the service using oc expose, a route will be created.

oc expose svc/authors

Find the application's route by running oc get routes.

oc get routes

The output should look like below:

$ oc get routes
NAME HOST/PORT PATH SERVICES PORT TERMINATION WILDCARD
authors authors-cloud-native-starter.aida-dev-apps-10-30-f2c6cdc6801be85fd188b09d006f13e3-0001.us-south.containers.appdomain.cloud authors 3000-tcp None

Copy the URL into a browser and append /openapi/ui.

Swagger in a browser

Also verify this works with curl by running

curl -X GET "http://$(oc get route authors -o jsonpath={.spec.host})/api/v1/getauthor?name=Niklas%20Heidloff" -H "accept: application/json"

The output should look like the following:

{"name":"Niklas Heidloff","twitter":"https://twitter.com/nheidloff","blog":"http://heidloff.net"}

Congratulations on completing this exercise!