Applications

A Open, Unified, Lightweight, Simpler Containers as a Service (CaaS).

Deploying an Application

Learn how to deploy the application to drycc.

Using Buildpacks

An overview of buildpacks, which are responsible for transforming deployed code into a slug, which can then be executed on a container.

Using Dockerfiles

Drycc Container Registry allows you to deploy your Docker-based app to Drycc. Both Common Runtime and Private Spaces are supported.

Using Docker Images

Deploy an application using a container image stored in your Drycc Container Registry.

Managing Application Processes

A Procfile is a list of process types in an app. Each process type declares a command that is executed when a container of that process type is started.

Configuring an Application

How to store configuration of a Drycc app in the environment, keeping config out of code, making it easy to maintain app or deployment specific configs.

Managing an Application

This is a high-level, technical description of how Drycc works. It ties together many of the concepts you’ll encounter while writing, configuring, deploying and running applications on the Drycc platform.

Mounting volumes for an Application

Drycc supports many types of volumes. A container can use any number of volume types simultaneously.

About gateway for an Application

A Gateway describes how traffic can be translated to Services within the cluster.

Managing resources for an Application

Tools and services for developing, extending, and operating your app.

Inter-app Communication

The Communication Solution between Drycc Applicatios.

Resource Limits

Drycc Workflow supports restricting memory and CPU shares of each process.

Domains and Routing

Make your apps accessible via custom domain names.

Application SSL Certificates

SSL is a cryptographic protocol that provides end-to-end encryption and integrity for all web requests.

Building Docker Images with drycc.yaml

Drycc Container Registry allows you to deploy your Docker-based app to Drycc. Both Common Runtime and Private Spaces are supported.