OpenLDAP is an open-source implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), a network protocol used to access and manage directory information services. It provides a centralized repository for user authentication, authorization, and other information, making it an essential component in many enterprise IT systems. OpenLDAP supports various directory storage backends and is widely used for managing user identities and access control in large organizations.
Dockerizing an application involves creating a Docker image of the application and its dependencies, which can then be run in a Docker container. Here are the general steps to dockerize an application:
Dockerizing a PHP application with a MySQL database is similar to the general process of dockerizing an application, but with a few additional steps to set up the database. Here are the steps to dockerize a PHP application with a MySQL database:
Following Docker Compose file will run Redmine with a Postgres database with persistent data.
While we are talking about docker-compose powered databases, here is SQLite 3. Because, why not?
You can run Postgres and PGAdmin with a single docker-compose command