If you're like I was not too long ago, the DevOps world gives you a chance to experience what most non-developers probably feel like when they read about what we do on a day to day basis - confused, and maybe a little bored and frustrated, with an utter lack of even basic knowledge. It doesn't help that DevOps is rapidly becoming a field of expertise unto itself, or that most of the relevant players seem determined to hide behind vague descriptions like "enterprise platform" and "containerization solution." As a day to day working developer, adding an entire new skillset can be a daunting and intimidating prospect.Read more »
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I thought it was a good idea, because the current version of DatabaseCleaner requires you to have Postgres, MySQL, Redis, and Mongo up and running before you run
Here are the steps:
Download the Docker Toolbox, a 176+ MB package.
Install the package, which will expand to 400+ MB in your filesystem.
In the terminal:
docker-machine start default
Then within your project:
docker-compose up(before this I had to run
eval "$(docker-machine env default)"because of this issue). Get ready to wait for a few minutes while it sets up your virtual machine.
docker-compose run --rm gem