Example of how to define and run multiple processes in docker.
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README.md

Docker and Procfile Example

This demonstrates using Honcho (a port of the Foreman process manager) to run multiple processes in a Docker container.

See my blog post for more information.

Running

First, copy .env.example to .env and enter your Redis server details. Don't have a redis server? Use a free instance from redislabs or spin up one yourself on Google Compute Engine.

Contributing changes

Licensing

Disclaimer

This is not an official Google product (experimental or otherwise), it is just code that happens to be owned by Google.