Whether you’re a newbie or a pro, Docker Compose is the perfect tool for making it easier to work on projects with containers.
Deploying applications with Docker Compose means that some part of the application needs more resources than other parts.
When deploying applications with Docker compose, we can optimise the process and build the images used in the application simultaneously.
When working with data and volumes within Docker and Docker Compose, there are use cases and situations where we need to make the data available to read-only operations.
Working with volumes when it comes to containers is probably essential for almost any application.
When deploying complex solutions and applications with Docker, there is a need to create structure and order in the deployment.
Docker Compose is a great tool for multi-services deployments, testing and development for Windows Containers and Linux.
By default, Docker is designed to run resources in a very optimized way without wasting CPU and RAM and when Docker detects that noting is running inside a container it will shut it down.
Today, I will show you how to scale Docker compose applications using the built-in scale option that is integrated into compose.
If you ever try to use Docker Compose on Windows Server 2016 you will find out that it is not installed by default unlike Docker for Windows.