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How to Make Docker Containers Talk to Each Other

By using a bridge network

Probably a good example of when you may want to have two Docker containers communicating with each other on the same server is a REST API and a MySQL database, yet each in its own repository and container to keep concerns separated.

As explained in the previous post, I Replaced Supervisor With the Docker CMD

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