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Part 2: Using Docker

  This is second part in our Docker tutorials, we strongly suggest to Part 1 before continuing here. At this point you should be familiar with basic Docker commands, how to run containers with cool random names. But you need more, to do something really useful with Docker. So today we will learn how to build basic Web application with couple of containers that will look like this at the end: As you can see we will have lot of different solutions at the end of this tutorial. This structure is not production wise, it's just to show what Docker can do. Docker Hub / Database I've picked pgSQL for this tutorial, bust you must look at this more as concept, because you can do it with any DB (SQL and noneSQL). With Docker your life should be easy, you don't have to install machines and DB's anymore, you just download image you need and use it. Most of the software have images ready in Docker Hub and lot of them already have preconfigured images made by users. Bu