The modern Node.js powered application does not stand alone. From the OS it is deployed on, to the databases it connects to, your development team makes assumptions about the environment your business critical applications will run in.

By leveraging Docker, we will demonstrate how you can capture those assumptions as code. This allows you to build out stable, verifiable, and repeatable infrastructure capable of easing the pains of shipping to production and keeping your stack up-to-date.

  • Containerizing a Node.js application
  • Capturing infrastructure dependencies using docker-compose
  • Leveraging version tagging to receive security patches

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