Spring Boot App on Azure App Service Using Jenkins | TypeScript

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This example shows how you can deploy a Spring Boot app to an Azure App Service instance using Pulumi in a Jenkins Pipeline. The Spring Boot app is packaged into a container image that is conveniently built as part of the Pulumi app. The container image is pushed up to a private Azure Container Registry and then used as the source for an App Service instance.


  1. Install Pulumi
  2. Configure Azure credentials


Step 1: Create a new stack

$ cd infrastructure
$ pulumi stack init dev

Step 2: Log in to the Azure CLI

You will be prompted to do this during deployment if you forget this step.

$ az login

Step 3: Install NPM dependencies

$ npm install

Step 4: Deploy your changes

Run pulumi up to preview and deploy changes:

$ pulumi up
Previewing changes:
+  pulumi:pulumi:Stack jenkins-tutorial-dev create
+  docker:image:Image spring-boot-greeting-app create
+  azure:core:ResourceGroup jenkins-tutorial-group create
+  azure:containerservice:Registry myacr create
+  azure:appservice:Plan appservice-plan create
+  azure:appservice:AppService spring-boot-greeting-app create
+  pulumi:pulumi:Stack jenkins-tutorial-dev create

Step 5: Check the deployed website endpoint

$ pulumi stack output appServiceEndpoint

$ curl "$(pulumi stack output appServiceEndpoint)/greeting"
{"id":1, "content": "Hello, World"}