In this video, Emmanuel Henri explores how to deploy using the autodeploy tool with GlassFish.
- [Instructor] Now that we have our project setup … and built, let's go ahead and run it … with the built-in tools inside of NetBeans. … The beauty of using IDE's like NetBeans … is that you don't have to setup several items, … like, for example, your server. … We'll also look at another method to automatically deploy … your application by dropping it … into a folder for auto deployment locally. … So, the first thing when we get into … our NetBeans IDE, or whatever IDE you're using, … you want to make sure that your server is running. … So right now, our server isn't running, … so what I need to do is go inside of the services … and inside of the server here, you should see a server. … If you don't, you can right-click and then add server … and then make sure that you setup a GlassFish server. … Once you have that, you can right-click on GlassFish … and then start, and it's going to start … your GlassFish server, and then a Java DB database … that is included with NetBeans. … Once this is running, you can go back to our project …
- Deployment options
- Setting up your deployment
- Deploying locally with glassfish
- Deploying to Azure and AWS
- Deploying to Docker containers