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Creating a deployable Docker image with Jenkins - Part 4

This post is part 4 in the series "Hashing out a docker workflow". For background, checkout my previous posts. My previous posts talked about getting your local environment setup using the Drupal Docker image with Vagrant. It's now time to bake a Docker image with our custom application code within the container, so that we can deploy containers implementing the immutable server pattern. One of the main reasons we starting venturing down the Docker path was to achieve deployable fully baked containers that are ready to run in whatever environment you put them in, similar to what we've done in the past with Packer, as I've mentioned in a previous post.

This post is part 4 in the series "Hashing out a docker workflow". For background, checkout my previous posts. My previous posts talked about getting ...

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Blog - devops

Our build process using Drupal 8

Now that the release of Drupal 8 is finally here, it is time to adapt our Drupal 7 build process to Drupal 8, while utilizing Docker. This post will take you through how we construct sites on Drupal 8 using dependency managers on top of Docker with Vagrant.

Now that the release of Drupal 8 is finally here, it is time to adapt our Drupal 7 build process to Drupal 8, while utilizing Docker. This post will t...

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Blog - devops

Setting up a Docker development environment with Vagrant - Part 3

This post is part 3 in the series "Hashing out a docker workflow". For background, checkout my previous posts. Now that I've laid the ground work for the approach that I want to take with local environment development with Docker, it's time to explore how to make the local environment "workable". In this post we will we will build on top of what we did in my last post, Docker and Vagrant, and create a working local copy that automatically updates the code inside the container running Drupal.

This post is part 3 in the series "Hashing out a docker workflow". For background, checkout my previous posts. Now that I've laid the ground work for ...

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Docker with Vagrant - Part 2

This post is part 2 in a series of Docker posts hashing out a new docker workflow for our team. To gain background of what I want to accomplish with docker, checkout my previous post hashing out a docker workflow. In this post, we will venture into setting up docker locally, in the same repeatable way from developer to developer, by using Vagrant. By the end of this post, we'll have Drupal running in a container, using Docker.

This post is part 2 in a series of Docker posts hashing out a new docker workflow for our team. To gain background of what I want to accomplish with d...

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Hashing out a Docker Workflow - Part 1

Several months ago I was having a conversation with a friend about our Chef workflow for managing and provisioning servers, as well as provision our local machines using Vagrant. That conversation led to us talking about Docker, and how Docker is going to change everything in the devops space.

Several months ago I was having a conversation with a friend about our Chef workflow for managing and provisioning servers, as well as provision our l...

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