Yes, you read the title right, and it is what you think. If you’ve got minimal knowledge about Docker, you’ve certainly spelled out the famous Docker command
docker-compose up, toss it with a
.yaml file, grouping an Nginx image along with your application’s image and you’ve got yourself a running server.
Of course, there would be some configurations left to do for the machine to start receiving requests from the outside world, but we’ll focus more on how to get the engine running internally.
Note: This is the first of a 3-part series on Nginx and Docker. Make sure you check the other two posts.
Paula Fahmy started as an intern, here at FlairsTech, then became a full-time .Net Developer. | LinkedIn