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Running Discourse, Ghost, and MySQL together
Hi! I am looking at developing a web application that would need several components: a blog (Ghost), a forum (Discourse), a MySQL database, and a bunch of other custom functionality on web pages and integration with other third-party components through APIs and webhooks that I would write. I have some familiarity with running a LAMP stack, writing interactive components for a CMS, using version control, but am not so familiar with some of the architectural stuff (droplets? Docker?) for a more complex system. Is it possible to set up these components so that they appear to be part of a unified website (e.g.: example.com[index.hmtl], example.com/blog, example.com/forum? Would this require 3 different servers? Is there somewhere I can look to find out how to set this up? Is there a service where someone could do the infrastructure installation and setup so I could concentrate on writing the application?
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