Initialize RabbitMq Docker Container with preconfigured Queues

As we work with docker containers, it is often desired to initialize the containers with specific application needs. One of such requirements was to initialize RabbitMq container with predefined queue. To be more specific, the objective needs to be achieved using docker compose. In this approach, we would use┬ádocker volume┬áto map the configurations, which in turn … Continue reading Initialize RabbitMq Docker Container with preconfigured Queues

#DockerDays Day 3- Networking in Docker

In the previous part of the #DockerDays Series, we learned to run our first container. We also learned how to run a container and connect it from the host machine. As mentioned in the closing comments of the last part, so far we have worked on a single container environment. What happens when you have multiple containers running … Continue reading #DockerDays Day 3- Networking in Docker

#DockerDays Day 2- Running your first Container

In the previous part of this series, we familiarized ourselves with different concepts involving Docker. In this part of the series, we will look into some of the basic commands and run our first container. The first step of course would be to install Docker on your PC. We will be using a Windows Host … Continue reading #DockerDays Day 2- Running your first Container

MongoDb, Docker and Compass

The other day I struggled a bit in setting up MongoDb in a docker container and then connecting it with Compass - the MongoDb client. That's when I thought I would document the knowledge here so that anyone else who run into similar problems could look into it (and also in case I forget later, … Continue reading MongoDb, Docker and Compass