In general, I think there are already some configured containers on the Docker hub. Is it to download one directly from the Docker hub and then make appropriate modifications?
I have just touched this piece. I hope you great gods can give me some advice.
Thank you, it depends on your application. if your project doesn’t need any devops with simple cluster architecture, it will be great, at least for now our enterprise is. It is also very convenient to have clusters. The development environment is directly packaged and released by docker, and jenkins makes deployment. Generally, an application may have several to dozens of containers. In fact, I personally feel that it simplifies a series of tasks such as installation, construction, monitoring and so on in the previous deployment environment.