Docker is for developers! Welcome to Turreta’s Docker For Developers – Get Up To Speed Real Fast! This tutorial helps developers to leverage Docker as a development tool to set up local environments quickly and help developers get up to speed with development real fast.
If you are using Docker for development, you are awesome!
- 1 Intended Audience
- 2 KeyCloak Docker Container
- 3 SFTP Docker Container from Atmoz
- 4 WordPress And MySQL Docker Containers
- 5 PostgreSQL Docker Containers
- 6 PgAdmin And PostgreSQL Docker Containers
- 7 MySQL Docker Container
- 8 MariaDB Docker Container
- 9 Deploy Java CLI Application to Docker Image
- 10 Build an Ubuntu 18.04 Docker Image And Update It
- 11 Install Docker in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and AWS EC2
- 12 Install Artifactory in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and AWS EC2
The “Docker For Developers – Get Up To Speed Real Fast!” tutorial is for experienced developers who are familiar with the Docker platform but are not necessarily experts.
KeyCloak Docker Container
KeyCloak is a web application that incorporates security into your applications. It provides authentication, and authorization to applications and secure services with minimum fuss. Moreover, it provides features such as User Federation, Identity Brokering, and Social Login.
However, natively installing and configuring KeyCloak is not easy. By choosing the KeyCloak Docker container instead will simplify our development workflow. Read More.
SFTP Docker Container from Atmoz
Are you working on an application that uploads and downloads files to and from an SFTP server? If so, you do not need to install any SFTP server on your machine. Spin up an instance of an SFTP Docker container from Atmoz.
Many cannot just install SFTP servers on their machines due to corporate policies. We simply do not have the permissions to do so. Also, some people do not want their systems cluttered by installing applications that they seldom use. Read More.
WordPress And MySQL Docker Containers
To set up WordPress and MySQL in no time and without installing them, here is a useful docker-compose.yml file. Are you new to WordPress development? You probably installed XAMPP and MySQL.
If keeping your system running in tip-top condition, you may not want to install those applications. You may not want these servers running when you do not need them. Spin up WordPress and MySQL Docker containers, instead! – Read More.
PostgreSQL Docker Containers
This post provides a basic docker-compose.yml to create a PostgreSQL container with an initial user account with a password. Read More.
PgAdmin And PostgreSQL Docker Containers
This post shows how to startup both PgAdmin and PostgreSQL Docker containers in a bridge network. Read More.
MySQL Docker Container
This post provides another basic docker-compose.yml. It creates a MySQL container with initial user accounts. Read More.
MariaDB Docker Container
This post provides another basic docker-compose.yml. It creates a MariaDB container with initial user accounts. Read More.
Deploy Java CLI Application to Docker Image
With Docker, we can create portable Java CLI applications for various environments by pre-building container images. This could make deployment a lot easier and less messy in particularly in Production environments. Read Me.
Build an Ubuntu 18.04 Docker Image And Update It
This post covers building an Ubuntu Docker image locally and later update the operating system. Read More.
Install Docker in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and AWS EC2
This post shows how to install Docker in Red Hat Enterprise Linux AWS EC2. Installing Docker in an AWS EC2 requires an AWS account and some familiarity with AWS Machine Images (AMIs) and provisioning EC2 instances. Read More.
Install Artifactory in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and AWS EC2
This post demonstrates how to install Artifactory in Red Hat Enterprise Linux in an AWS EC2 instance. Read More.