As we talk to developers we frequently hear the same thing about Docker containers. They’re amazing for managing software, but my app also needs data and configuration. We store those on Docker volumes and we want to reuse those. Now what?
At DockerCon 2019, I got on stage to answer this question from a JFrog point of view. As we’re big on promoting artifacts I show you just how you can manage and reuse Docker volumes with data and configuration. In my example, I showed how to deploy a pre-configured Jenkins server and a simple Web server using a binary repository as a pipeline for Docker volumes management.
You can also check out the JFrog’s Shownotes page