Docker Compose allows you to use a YAML file to define multi-container apps. Configure as many containers as needed, how they should be built and connected, and where data should be stored. Run a single command to build, run, and configure all of the containers when the YAML file is complete.
Docker Compose provides a way to orchestrate multiple containers that work together. Examples include a service that processes requests and a front-end web site, or a service that uses a supporting function such as a Redis cache. If you are using the microservices model for your app development, you can use Docker Compose to factor the app code into several independently running services that communicate using web requests.
The Compose file provides a way to document and configure all of the applications service dependencies (databases, queues, caches, web service APIs, etc). Using the Compose command line tool you can create and start one or more containers for each dependency with a single command (docker-compose up).
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