NGINX, being lightweight and free to use, is a popular choice as a web application load balancer and reverse proxy. However, like any tooling in the toolbelt of a DevOps engineer, it works best when dockerized (packaged and run inside a Docker container). In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at a simple example of […]
Docker and Vagrant are two very popular tools in the development community. Let’s understand how they compare.
WordPress is great for quickly getting new projects off the ground – be it a marketing website, a membership portal or an eCommerce platform (see WooCommerce). It has a fairly low entry barrier for development, considering the well-established plugin and theming system.
A good Dockerfile could make all the difference in reducing hidden bugs and leading to better development experience.