Let’s encrypt has introduced wildcard certificates and traefik has released a v2 which is completely different from v1. This calls for a tutorial on how to use the two together using docker compose.
How to build docker images so that they run on both Intel and ARM architectures using the old manifest method. This is also extremly handy if the docker files for the different architectures are different. The modern way of using
docker buildx assumes all architectures use the same Dockerfile.
Use variables to pass sensitive content like passwords or API keys in docker-compose file.
Ever had docker login command hang on you, usually if you try logging in after installing docker-compose?
How to build docker images on Gitlab so that they run on both Intel and ARM architectures?
It’s surprising that people almost never think about LXC containers when they think about linux containers. Lets talk about them for a change.
What if you could run a linux VM inside your linux machine on your favorite cloud provider?