Multi-container using Docker Compose in Azure Web App for Containers
This custom image is based on the 'official image' of WordPress from Docker Hub.
The following changes have been made in this custom image: * Explicitly uses WordPress 4.9.5, PHP 7.2 and Apache. * Adds PHP extension for Redis v4.0.2. * Adds Baltimore Cyber Trust Root Certificate file for SSL to MySQL. * Uses App Setting for MySQL SSL Certificate Authority certificate in WordPress wp-config.php. * Uses App Setting for Redis host name in WordPress wp-config.php. * Uses Redis Object Cache 1.3.8 WordPress plugin.
Setting up multi-container configuration for Web App for Containers
Follow the tutorial here.
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