GeoDjango is very similar to Django and you can modify existing Django
dockerfiles to build your own images
have a look at this links
realpython django docker example
postgis django dockerfile (outdated)
geodjango postgis dockerfile (outdated)
you can modify and build them
*make sure you really need docker for achieve your goal managing docker
images and creating them could be a headache and in many cases using docker
is a overkill ex : for provisioning servers you can use puppet instead *
On Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 8:32:59 PM UTC+3:30, Tadeo C wrote:
> Hi, I'm starting a project with GeoDjango and I want to use Docker
> containers to build the stack (GeoDjango, Nginx, Postgis) preferably Alpine
> base images.
> Does anyone has successful done this before? Where can I find a useful
> docker-compose.yml or a tested and working updated image?
> Thanks a lot,
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