If you’re looking to run NGINX as a Docker container, and expose it to your local network, here’s how to do it.
Using Docker containers makes for an incredibly easy way to roll out apps and services onto your network. With this, you can extend the offerings of your business or quickly test a new server or service. With these apps as containers, it becomes possible to cut down on sysadmin overhead, thanks to no longer having to manage applications through package managers or installing from source. By installing the likes of NGINX as a Docker container, you can simply replace the image when new updates arrive.
But how do you deploy NGINX as a Docker container? Let me walk you through the process. I will demonstrate on Ubuntu 16.04 and will assume you already have docker installed and ready to go.
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