Orchestrating Docker containers in production using Fig

In the last blog post about Fig we showed how you could define and run a multi-container app locally. We’re now going to show you how you can deploy this app to production. Here’s a screencast of the whole process: Let’s continue from where we left off in the last blog post. First, we want to put the code we wrote up onto GitHub. You’ll need to initialize and commit your code into a new Git repository. $ git init $ git add . $ git commit -m “Initial commit” Then create a new repository on GitHub and follow the instructions for how to set up a remote on your local GitHub repository. For example, if your repository were called bfirsh/figdemo, you’d run these commands: $ git remote add origin git@github.com:bfirsh/figdemo.git $ git push -u origin master Next, you’ll need Continue reading…