.release.yamlfile to be in the root of your application's Git repository. ReleaseHub uses these files to generate the Application Template that is used as a blueprint to build your environments.
package.jsonfiles reside, you can add a
.release.yamlfile to the root of your repository to tell ReleaseHub where these files are located. See The
.release.yamlfile reference guide for more information.
docker-compose.ymlfile that builds three Docker images and leverages two off-the-shelf containers for Redis and Postgres:
HOST:CONTAINER) definition to determine when a service should be exposed to the internet. When ReleaseHub encounters a service with a
HOST:CONTAINERdefinition, it creates a NodePort, load balancer rule, and DNS hostname entry for the service.
docker-composeas a starting point. All of the environment variables for each service defined in your
docker-composeare loaded into ReleaseHub when you initially create an application. ReleaseHub supports all of the standard
docker-composemechanisms for defining environment variables.