Docker & WordPress - WordPress Containerization With Docker

Docker & WordPress - WordPress Containerization With Docker

Setting up a local WordPress installation involves multiple steps and sometimes can be very cumbersome. Usually you need to setup a local web server (w.g. Apache), configure the server to be able to execute PHP code, and setup a MySQL database....

Setting up a local WordPress installation involves multiple steps and sometimes can be very cumbersome. Usually you need to setup a local web server (w.g. Apache), configure the server to be able to execute PHP code, and setup a MySQL database. Of course you can use pre-build bundles like MAMP for MacOS or XAMPP for Windows to get all those components on your system. However the most easiest way to setup a local WordPress environment is to use containerization with Docker.

In this tutorial you'll learn how to make use of Docker Images, Containers and Services to setup a complete local WordPress environment. This environment can then be used for testing, programming, or training purposes. E.g. you can use that testing environment to setup a copy of your production WordPress site and test any critical updates of WordPress itself, plugins etc.

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