Hi there! Ever wondered how to deploy delphi applications inside a Windows Docker container? And how to debug them once they’re inside the container? Search no more! I will explain how to run a Windows Docker container with PAServer up and running, ready to debug your applications.
Would you like to detect bugs even before they are written? It would be incredible to find bugs that are not “born” yet, while they still are in developer’s mind, right? I’m going to explain you what Story Testing means for me, and how to apply this technique in the real world.
In this entry I will explain how to leverage Docker technology to build a continuous integration system that will monitor your source code repository, build your product, pass the tests, audit automatically the code with SonarQube and leave the binaries ready to download.
In a classic scenario we would have a few virtual machines doing all those tasks, but with Docker you can go to a scenario where we distribute the tasks in different containers instead of virtual machines, resulting in a much lighter environment, easier to scale and easier to migrate. Continue reading
Starting from Rad Studio 10.2 Tokyo it is possible to compile and run Linux server applications (without user interface). We are going to prepare a docker image with Ubuntu and everything necessary to run Delphi applications on Linux, via PAServer. With Docker we may deploy these applications in Linux containers to our production system.
The possibilities are immense, from setting up a universe of interconnected microservices for high availability and fault tolerance to monolithic applications. One of the advantages of using Docker is that we can prepare a base image (much lighter than using virtual machines) and deploy it as we need it.