In this video, we’ll take a look at the Docker based architecture we’ll be using to host our WordPress website, its SQL database, and our Nginx reverse proxy, which will act both as an additional authentication mechanism, and provide SSL/TLS encryption (allowing HTTPS instead of HTTP).
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This video is part of the DIY Hosting of a WordPress website video series, in which I show how to setup and host a WordPress website and an email server, complete with a comprehensive Continuous Integration pipeline on a Raspberry Pi.
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