Docker nginx-proxy round robin…

So we use docker for container services at work. One container that is part of our ‘dev’ tools is an nginx reverse proxy tied to port 80. IT allows us to run many projects at once using hostnames and port 80; just like in production. So we are chugging along and I start an applications …

Lets Encrypt on Amazon Linux,

┬áSo after switching some domain names around I wanted to add a Lets Encrypt SSL cert. to the blog here. Simple enough right? Log into the box, follow the instructions (https://coderwall.com/p/e7gzbq/https-with-certbot-for-nginx-on-amazon-linux) and that should be it? Nope, as alway an error occurred, when running the certbot-auto certonly –standalone -d davidjeddy.com ┬ácommand. Turns out Amazon linux …