Containerizing Blue Prism: The Demo Part 1

“So many people live their lives not knowing the real and exact reasons why they live. They follow anything for something and they do something for anything. When you live life with a blurry vision, you live a blurry life. Vision is life, and a life without vision is a dead life”
― Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

So true right! That is why I have decided to start this “Containerizing Blue Prism” series with the demo. So that you understand the merits before you even decide to waste time on learning all these.

 I hope you have already seen my Containerizing Blue Prism-The introduction. If not, then kindly have a look before you proceed with this video.

In today’s demo, we will use two Windows 2019 Servers as my Docker hosts. Then we will pull up one instance of Blue Prism Server container in each of those servers as a SWARM Service.

We will leverage Azure Load Balancer service to load balance the client traffic between the server.

And finally, we will interrupt the communication between the client and the servers to evaluate the merit of the setup.

One very interesting part of all of these is the hardware. We are going to use Windows 2019 servers with only 8 GB of RAM but this server is capable of running more than 1 instance of Blue Prism Servers. Which is possible because of this containerization.

I hope you will like the demo…

Demo Part1

If you have any questions regarding the solution or need any clarification you can drop me a note to me by E-MAIL.