Installing Spryker with Docker
- Updated On 24 Dec 2020
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This section is a complete stack for running Spryker in Docker containers.
Spryker provides a standardized and customizable way to bootstrap applications and prepare development and production environments using the Docker SDK tool.
Below, you will find a step-by-step checklist that you will be able to follow through all the stages to start working with Spryker in Docker.
Before you start installing your Spryker with Docker, follow the installation prerequisites for your operating system:
- Installing Docker prerequisites on MacOS
- Installing Docker prerequisites on Linux
- Installing Docker prerequisites on Windows
There are several ways to install Spryker with Docker. See Choosing an installation mode to learn about them.
If you've already selected an installation mode, follow one of the guides below:
- Installing in Development mode
- Installing in Demo mode
- Integrating Docker into existing projects
- Running production
Once you have a running instance, the following documents will help you adjust the project to your requirements: