Deploy docker-compose apps (Wordpress, MySQL, Redis, Keycloak ...)
You are about to learn how to deploy docker-compose applications to a CI/CD target. This is useful when you don't need a Git workflow and your images are already available on a public or private docker registry.
- Deploy one or multiple instances of stateful apps like Wordpress / Directus / MySQL / Redis / RabbitMQ / ...
- Deploy an internal service available only to your private network
- Deploy an app built somewhere else and published to a private docker registry
First, open the Elestio dashboard and click on CI/CD
1) Select your app to deploy
When you select Docker to compose the deployment method, we provide a few samples of applications that you can deploy
From there click on Github or Gitlab, and you will be asked to provide authorization to list your projects in Elestio.
Then you will be able to browse Organizations & Repositories detected on your account. You can also use the search to find directly your project to deploy. Once you found it, click on Import, then click on next.
2) Select your target (where to deploy)
Here you have to indicate where the app should be deployed, it can be a "New infrastructure", in that case, you can select your preferred provider/region/instance size. Or an existing infrastructure, then you just have to pick it from the list.
3) Configure your app
This is the last step of the process where you can adjust the app settings, docker-compose, env vars, and reverse proxy configuration.