Docker Compose in Production

Docker Compose facilitates the deployment of Dockerized applications. A series of Docker commands and arguments to start your application become a single command; docker-compose up. Such an invaluable tool makes deploying in both development and production environments a breeze. However, applications are generally run and configured much differently in production than in development. In this post, we will explore ways to separate your development and production configurations while keeping things DRY and maintaining the simplicity of Docker Compose commands.

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How to Dockerize Node.js

Dockerizing your application makes things like development, deployment, distribution, and continuous integration much simpler. Today, we will look at how to run your Node.js application in a Docker container, using Docker Compose to further facilitate the process. See last week’s post, How to Dockerize Django and Postgres, if you are interested in doing the same for your Django application.

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How to Dockerize Django and Postgres

Docker is an invaluable tool that makes things like setting up your local development environment, continuous integration, and deployment a breeze. Docker is good to set up early on for any application, but it is never too late. With the help of Docker Compose, we are going to set up a Django application to install and deploy itself on any machine with only one command.

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