Posts tagged with Docker.

Tutorials | Mar 24, 2020 | By Dwijadas Dey | 15 min read

How to install Nextcloud on your server with Docker

Nextcloud is a fantastic way to break your reliance on other companies like Dropbox or Google. With a few Docker containers, you can install Nextcloud on your VPS in a …

Getting started with Docker
Tutorials | May 01, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 15 min read

Getting started with Docker on your VPS (Tutorial)

Getting started with Docker on your VPS is pretty straightforward, and once you’re set up via this tutorial, it’s like you’ve “leveled up” in DevOps.

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How to use Docker and Nginx to host multiple websites
Tutorials | Apr 17, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 9 min read

Host multiple websites on one VPS with Docker and Nginx

Docker is an excellent tool for running multiple services on a single VPS without them interfering with each other—for example, one website built on Wordpress and another built on Ghost. …

Docker backup: Saving and restoring your volumes
Development | Nov 08, 2018 | By Ranvir Singh | 7 min read

Docker backup: Saving and restoring your volumes

You don’t have a backup unless you’ve restored your data from it. Let’s walk through how to create Docker backups of important volumes in 30 seconds.

Development | Nov 01, 2018 | By Ranvir Singh | 11 min read

Docker volumes: How to protect your app’s data

Docker volumes are an easy way to let you separate your app’s data from its code, which lets you delete containers and migrate services with ease.

Cool uses for Docker
VPS Uses | Oct 04, 2018 | By Dwijadas Dey | 9 min read

7 cool uses for Docker: WINE and tweeting from terminals

Docker containers are a beautiful, flexible thing. Here are a few of our favorite cool uses for Docker on your VPS, from the useful to the downright ridiculous.

Development | Sep 27, 2018 | By Ranvir Singh | 10 min read

My server setup: Ranvir Singh and Linux containers

Yes, we all do it. Oh, I’m talking about creating and setting up new servers. What were you thinking? It’s time to get honest about our processes.