Docker Image cleaning easy automation with cron

Docker makes it easy to ship your applications and services in containers so you can run them anywhere. The more you work with Docker it’s also easy to accumulate a huge number of unused images, containers, and data volumes in your filesystem that clutter the output and consume a lot of precious disk space. Docker, […]


Reverse proxy with Caddy on WordPress with SSL & Docker

WordPress uses the is_ssl() function to determine if SSL is being used in the server. In order to do this, it uses $_SERVER[‘HTTPS’] and $_SERVER[‘SERVER_PORT’] to check if they are set. The problem when you use a reverse proxy, like in almost all the installations I run, is that Apache serves the content in HTTP trough […]