How to use Docker to Deploy Jupyter with Nginx

Become a Datascience Pro – Host your own Jupyter Notebooks

“To say goodbye is to die a little.” ― Raymond Chandler, The Long Goodbye

1. Introduction

Docker is pretty cool when it comes to deployment of software. It isolates the deployed software from the host system. It does this by running a lighter version of an OS inside a container and deploying the software on top of this OS.

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Run Python Web Application in Docker using Nginx and uWsgi

Learn how to configure these components to host a python web application

“Pressure is something you feel when you don’t know what the hell you’re doing.” ― Peyton Manning

1. Introduction

Developing a web application is a major task by itself. It has many pieces that need to fit together – front-end HTML, styling in CSS and browser scripting in Javascript. In addition, the back-end also needs to be developed in a suitable server-side framework.

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Nginx Inside Docker – Website Root Configuration

Check out ways of setting up website root outside the docker container.

“What the mind can conceive and believe, and the heart desire, you can achieve.” ― Norman Vincent Peale

1. Introduction

In this article here, we have described how to use Nginx with SSL enabled inside a docker container. Not discussed in that article is the aspect of the website root. Once the web server is installed inside the docker container, it has looks for the web site root within the container OS file system. This is controlled by this Nginx clause in the file /etc/nginx/sites-available/default.

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Nginx Inside Docker with Ubuntu 16.04 HOWTO

Run Nginx inside a Docker Container with Ubuntu 16.04

“Live boldly. Push yourself. Don’t settle.” ― Jojo Moyes, Me Before You

1. Introduction

Docker is a very cool technology for running whole operating systems inside a process. You run a command on the host system and a whole new virtual system springs into existence, ready to operate as you have configured it. This capability offers unprecedented power and flexibility to build and throw away infrastructure as you wish. You could use this capability in test environments, running applications with differing system requirements in the same host, and a lot more.

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