Too often as developers we've all experienced the pains of working long a feature, making it run on our local environment only to discover that it does not run in production. Docker-ize your Drupal site from Development to Production can help to improve development efficiency and the stability of your production site. You can insure consistency in your SDLC by using the same exact containers images on local developer machines and deploy those exact images to productions. This make it possible to achieve environment parity across your whole stack.
In this session, we will cover:
- Using Docksal for working with containers locally
- Building a custom container image using a Dockerfile
- Deploying to production using AWS ECS