Connect Your Docker Containers to Domain Names For Easy Access using Portainer on Linode | Part 1
Hosting multiple services in the cloud is much easier with container services like Docker and Portainer. In this video, @DB Tech will show you how to set up a Docker instance so that you can easily access them through a domain name of your choosing.
1:08 Creating Your Linode
6:49 Connecting to Your Linode
8:05 Check Docker Status
8:33 Installing NGINX
14:37 Deploy Our NGINX Proxy Manager Container
15:46 Is the Container Running?
16:57 Opening Our NPM Dashboard
18:10 Adding a Domain in Cloud Manager
20:28 Installing Portainer
24:18 Accessing Portainer
24:32 Configuring Portainer
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