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Traefik for Docker Swarm? (load balance, replace Nginx) #53

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1c7 opened this Issue Feb 14, 2019 · 3 comments

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1c7 commented Feb 14, 2019

Hi Bret!

My Goal here: Run multiple website inside one swarm.

Because they can't all listen on 80/433.
So after some research, seem like I should use Traefik

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Have you plan to make some simple Traefik tutorial on Udemy or Youtube?
put this into Swarm Mastery course would be quite helpful.

Thanks
I hope this doesn't sound like I am demanding things from you. like giving you pressure or anything.
I am just curious if this already on your to-do list.
and what's the rough timeline. March/April maybe? or it's unclear

Thanks again

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1c7 commented Feb 14, 2019

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1c7 commented Feb 20, 2019

I give up

I give up after a while, Traefik just too complicate for me at this point
(what's with that TOML syntax? so difficult to read. why not yaml? json?)

I don't have enough time to learn Traefik(and I don't really care that much, I just want it up and running)
The official doc doesn't contain good example for me to just copy&paste.

Fallback to Nginx for now.

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guillaumemaka commented Feb 20, 2019

I always ask myself too why TOML (the unreadable format) ??? I read the documentation (if you call "snippets" documentation). I won't give up yet. I'll give it another try (need some red bull first)

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