Category: Docker

Maintain your Hosts file with a Docker Container

UPDATED – Read below! So while this doesn’t technically involve Sitecore, it’s been super helpful so far when working with some of the docker efforts I’ve been putting forward setting up Identity Server as well as Horizons. Those are still in the works though, so hold tight. The problem I’d been running into for those…


Yet Another Sitecore Docker Series – Part 9: Compose All the Things

It feels pretty good to get this whole thing running. Let’s make it easier. Let’s meet Docker Compose. Docker Compose is a utility that essentially helps with orchestration of containers. That just sounds badass! Docker Compose uses a docker-compose file which in the YAML format. Here’s an example we’ll be working with. The current GitHub …


Yet Another Sitecore Docker Series – Part 8: It’s Sitecore Time

Finally! AMIRITE? Now that we’ve spun our solr and sql containers up, it’s time to move to the big guns: The CM Server. I’m not going to cover the CD Server, as it’s fairly similar. XP topology is also not very far deviant from the concepts you’ve conquered so far. Let’s get to it. The… …


Yet Another Sitecore Docker Series – Part 7: Smooth as SQL

For what it’s worth, SQL should be a little bit easier than solr. This Container really just the base, SQL Image, then the Sitecore SQL Image on top of it. Let’s get cracking! Looking at the docker file in \windows\dependencies\mssql-developer-2017: …


Yet Another Sitecore Docker Series – Part 6: Simply Solr


Yet Another Sitecore Docker Series – Part 5: Deconstructing a Dockerfile


Yet Another Sitecore Docker Series – Part 4: Composing an Image


Yet Another Sitecore Docker Series – Part 3: Layers are Yum


Yet Another Sitecore Docker Series – Part 2: Running Docker


Yet Another Sitecore Docker Series

Apparently I’ve been living under a rock for a while. Last time I looked the whole world was like “omg wouldn’t it be great to run Sitecore on Docker” And now peeps are like “omg yo. You can!” It’s gotten to the point that there’s even a epic community-driven repository for the process. It’s slick