Docker Virtualization, known for its simple and convenient way of deploying applications is the best-to-go option for every developer and organisation. Also, it offers the flexibility to run multiple applications on the provided host or directly executing the container within the host environment per se. Here, in this article, a basic working environment will be created by setting Nginx as a web server and MySQL as the database, all within separate Docker containers.
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