Introduction to Docker deployments

Notice

This documentation set has been merged with the Maestro Version 2 documentation and is officially deprecated. These pages will be redirected to their equivalents in that doc set within the next few weeks.

Introduction to Docker

Docker is an open-source project that helps developers publish applications inside containers. There are many benefits to using Docker:

Cloud 66 Docker support

Cloud 66 builds Docker stacks in two ways:

  1. Pulling your code from Git: This option uses Cloud 66 BuildGrid to build your Docker image, so that you don’t have to. You just need to provide a Dockerfile that specifies how you’d like us to build the image. Once your image is ready, it is pushed to your servers and managed. We also version the image and allow you to download it if needed.
  2. User-provided image: You provide a Docker image that you’ve built, which we push to your servers and manage.

We provide a set of tools and practices to help you run a full end to end production Docker based stack.

Ready?

Are you ready to build your first Docker stack?

Cloud 66 Docker includes the following: