The Docker plugin can build a Docker image of an application, push a Docker image to a remote registry, and/or deploy the Docker image to a Docker daemon. It also launches on-demand runners to do operations remotely.
Updated 11 months ago
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A 'source:destination' list of folders to mount onto the container from the host. A list of folders to mount onto the container from the host. The expected format for each string entry in the list is
source:destination. So for example:
A map of key/value pairs to label the docker container with. A map of key/value pair(s), stored in docker as a string. Each key/value pair must be unique. Validiation occurs at the docker layer, not in Waypoint. Label keys are alphanumeric strings which may contain periods (.) and hyphens (-).
environment variables to expose to the application These variables are used to control all of a container's modes, such as configuring it to start a web app vs a background worker. These environment variables should not be common configuration variables normally set in