A cloud-based management platform allowing you to create and manage multiple stores in one place and is suitable for individual merchants, system integrators and hosting companies who are looking for a more effective, efficient way of managing their eCommerce.
Make sure you have enough knowledge of Application Developemt, Docker Compose and Version Control before proceeding with General Requirements to use shop factory.
Blugento shop factory is using some tools to make it easy for use and this is described below:
Compose is a tool for defining and running multi-container Docker applications. With Compose, you use a YAML file to configure your application’s services. Then, with a single command, you create and start all the services from your configuration. To learn more about all the features of Compose, see the list of features.
A Docker image is a file, comprised of multiple layers, used to execute code in a Docker container. An image is essentially built from the instructions for a complete and executable version of an application, which relies on the host OS kernel. When the Docker user runs an image, it becomes one or multiple instances of that container.
Docker is an open source OS-level virtualization software platform primarily designed for Linux and Windows. Docker uses resource isolation features of the OS kernel, such as cgroups in Linux, to run multiple independent containers on the same OS. A container that moves from one Docker environment to another with the same OS will work without changes, because the image includes all of the dependencies needed to execute the code.
Docker images and layers
A Docker image is made up of multiple layers. A user composes each Docker image to include system libraries, tools, and other files and dependencies for the executable code. Image developers can reuse static image layers for different projects. Reuse saves time, because a user does not have to create everything in an image.
Docker image repositories
Docker users store images in private or public repositories, and from there can deploy containers, test images and share them. Docker offers Docker Hub, which is a cloud-based registry service that includes private and public image repositories. It also has Docker Trusted Registry, which adds image management and access control features.
So, let’s begin…