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Deploying a Static Website to the Container (Docker)
### SpaceBones - The Quest for More Yummies Now that you have mastered the skill of installing & configuring Docker, as well as launching containers, it is now time to test your skill even further by launching a website for the nation of Spacebones. Use the preconfigured DockerHub `spacebones/doge` image to deploy the website on port 80. Lastly, be sure to name the container `treatseekers`, for organizational purposes. Good luck, brave one!
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Pull Spacebones Image
Student should pull the docker image located here. This can be done via the command:
docker pull spacebones/doge
Since it is stored at Docker Hub, this will find the image required.
Start the Website Container and Redirect HTTP Port 80 to the Host
The student will be starting a container from the spacebones/doge image installed locally in the previous step, named 'treatseekers', in disconnected mode, redirecting container port 80 to host port 80. The command to accomplish this is:
docker run -d --name treatseekers -p 80:80 spacebones/doge
You can verify it is running after with
Which will tell you the container, name and port that is currently running
Container Called 'Treatseekers' is Running
As part of your launch, you were asked to name your container 'treatseekers'. You can verify that by reviewing the content of the following command:
Which will show you all running containers, 'treatseekers' should now appear with the port information running on.
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