Are you still running your websites, databases, or Linux servers without Docker? Maybe you heard about it, but you’re not sure why you should use it? Or you want to do it but you don’t know how? Don’t worry it’s not that hard. We will cover all the cool advantages of containerization, and how to … Read more
In this tutorial, we installing an Ubuntu Linux Server with the latest version 21.04. Instead of Docker, we’re using Podman to containerize our applications, and Cockpit to manage our entire Linux server with a nice graphical web interface. So you can still manage containers on your Linux server easily and securely! And of course, we’re … Read more
If you ever wanted to create your own Python application in Docker VSCode, here is what you need to do. We will cover all necessary steps, the VSCode extensions you need, and how debugging works. Because with the right VSCode extensions it’s very easy and comfortable to develop an application in a container. I’m developing … Read more
I recently made some tutorials about Ansible, which is an awesome tool to automate infrastructure. And also Docker, which is a containerizing engine to make deployments easier and more secure. In this tutorial, we will bring those two amazing tools together. Because we’re using Ansible and Docker to automate web server deployments.
I recently made a video on my YouTube Channel, about Podman vs Docker. Podman claims to be more secure and lightweight than Docker. But is that enough to switch from Docker to Podman. And probably more important is the question if you should switch now? What is Podman and what is wrong with Docker? Docker … Read more
Portainer is an awesome free and open-source graphical user interface to manage Docker containers on a Linux Server. But did you know you can also use a single Portainer instance to manage a Portainer remote host as well? In this tutorial, I will show you how you can easily connect all your Docker servers to your main Portainer instance and manage them all in one single UI.
How can you easily lock down proxy hosts on the Nginx Proxy Manager with Access List protection? I recently deployed many services in Docker containers that I’ve exposed via the Nginx Proxy Manager. But some of these services should not be accessible for everyone. Or you have specific applications that don’t have any user authentication and you want not everyone to access them. With a simple Access List in Nginx Proxy Manager, you can define a custom policy based on credentials or IP addresses. Let’s have a look at how that works.