It contains the configuration to run Mule runtime and Mule application on Docker container
Steps to use the service
- Pull the image using docker
docker pull anir37/anirban-mule
- Once the image is pulled successfully use docker
docker run -p 9082:9082 -t -i anirban-mule.
- The sample application
TestApplication.zipwill be added and deployed to the Mule runtime which runs on http port
- To access and test the deployed test application, use the url :-
- Please note the here
<your ip>is the
docker-machineip if you are running docker in Windows; if running on Unix, where docker is intalled locally, you can use
http://localhost:9082/testApplicationor the ip address of the system.
- You can also use the command
docker pscommand to get the container id and then use
docker inspect <container id> | grep IPAddressto get the ip address to test the sample application.
:smiley: Thats it! You are ready with your Mule EE runtime in Docker container :+1:
- Not that: If you have an enterprise licence key, you can put your own licence key in the Licence folder and uncomment the Dockerfile code that will install your licence file with the mule runtime (go through the detailed instruction).
If you don't have a licence key, then leave it as it is, the runtime will be created with Trial licence for 30 days.