2 weeks ago
I'm still learning about docker but don't want to spend to much time on it as it isn't relevant to most of my development. The primary use I have for docker currently is running a local UCRM instance. I'd like to make a demo site to install my plugins on and I use Heroku for hosting webapps. It does have support for Docker but I don't know enough yet to get what I need of UCRM deployed.
So simply put, can someone explain the steps and resources needed to deploy UCRM to heroku? Preferrably via linux terminal.
Currently I'm looking into docker compose in relation to heroku https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/local-development-with-docker-compose because it seems the UCRM repo has this available. https://github.com/Ubiquiti-App/UCRM
Am I on the right track?
a week ago
a week ago - last edited a week ago
Yes, I'm running Heroku-18. I can deploy a basic Container. But since UCRM was installed via a script I don't know what peices I need to put together to make it work on heroku... The thought did just occur to me though, could I theoretically build a ubuntu container and then run the UCRM install within the container and make an image from that?
a week ago
Anyway, if you just need the docker-compose yml and env file, you will find it here https://github.com/Ubiquiti-App/UCRM