Composing your Containerized Microservices


Duration: 50 mins
Raju Gandhi
Founder, DefMacro Software

Docker compose has been a part of the docker ecosystem since the beginning. It allows us to “stitch” together our services so that we can deploy all our services and related infrastructure using the “one” button. Furthermore, we can now use docker-compose to target Kubernetes, exemplifying the role that docker compose has to play in our day to day interaction with Docker.

If you are new to docker-compose then this is the session for you. Lets take a look at the capabilities of docker-compose, see what it takes to use it for local development and testing, and finally see how we can target Kubernetes so we can mimic our production deployment on our laptops.

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