If you have Traefik setup and are wondering what’s next, here’s a couple considerations.
Getting started with Traefik 2 can be a handful (…even if you are migrating from v1). It’s high configurability, an element that makes Traefik a truly powerful reverse proxy, also makes comparability across setup guides difficult. And since no two systems are seldom alike, multiple guides often need referencing to complete a setup. The process is supposed to be easy, it’s certainly billed as such…. “Traefik is an open-source Edge Router that makes publishing your services a fun and easy experience”
Covid-19 has pretty much turned everything upside down. So if you are looking for a simple diversion or just a quick easy project, why not setup a Minecraft server with multi-player support? Its been great for my kids and I
I have two QNAP NAS’s running a variety services in Docker. Container Station is QNAP’s implementation of Docker and having it installed on both machines has really expanded what I can do with these devices. Thumbs up to that, but I do have a few tips beyond Container Station that will help you run your containers more efficiently (…at least, this is what works for me). 1) Store your persistent data in a location other than Container Station’s default folder.
Prerequisites: Container Station: If this is not already on your device then install it from the QNAP App Store. Setup with all default options. Portainer Container: If this is not already up and running see my “Three Tips” post for ideas how to create the container. Also, create the admin user if you have not already done so. Main Setup When you log into Portainer for the first time it will prompt you to connect to a Docker endpoint.