Intro to Docker Series | #5 Docker Compose
If your Docker application includes more than one container, building, running, and connecting the containers from separate Dockerfiles is cumbersome and time-consuming. As you’ll see in this video, Docker Compose solves this problem by allowing you to use a YAML file to define multi-container apps.
Chapters: 0:00 – Intro
1:50 – Docker Compose Explanation
3:50 – Creating a Docker Compose file
8:01 – Running docker-compose up
9:36 – Other docker-compose Commands
11:00 – Adding More Services
15:00 – Running in Detached Mode
17:34 – Outro
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