I created a droplet (Docker 5:19.03.1~3 on 18.04). I pulled my docker image from docker hub and run it. My docker image contains a Spring boot application. (tomcat embedded). It's working nice but I w...
I run a docker container for my application. This is the command I used to get it worked:
docker run --name spring-boot -p 8080:8080 --link my-mysql-db:mysql -d username/image-name:latest
My application is up and ru...
Because port 80 is the port used for HTTP. You can change it or use a webserver and proxy the requests.
This is the 3th time I am having this issue and digitalocean support is not quite helping. They are really, really slow. Anyway...
I have a 1GB droplet with 2 docker containers. One for Spring-boot 1.3.8 application a...
I have this problem that I can't really find a solution. It can be a silly question for most of you but I hope someone offers a little help to this newbie :)
I have 1GB droplet and I installed mysql using this page (h...