In this tutorial, we’ll deploy Bitwarden on Docker Swarm. It’s based on an earlier tutorial on this site, where we deployed Docker Swarm on DigitalOcean. Bitwarden is a password manager with support for self-hosting. We’ll use bitwarden_rs, an unofficial Bitwarden API server implementation, as it’s a bit faster than the default implementation. Bitwarden_rs is written in Rust and is compatible with the official Bitwarden clients. Bitwarden has the following features, among others:
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This short tutorial demonstrates how simple it is to deploy applications, in this case GitLab CE, with a Docker Swarm cluster. It builds on the last one, which deployed a Docker Swarm cluster on DigitalOcean. GitLab CE can also be installed and run on a bare-metal server as well. It assumes you have a Docker Swarm cluster running and that you have root access to your nodes. Prepare Manager Node First, GitLab CE requires a decent amount of resources.
This tutorial will guide you through the process of setting up a Docker Swarm cluster on DigitalOcean. It’ll also show you how to deploy Traefik as a reverse proxy for your services and Swarmpit as a web interface for your cluster. We’ll use Fedora 30 as the OS for this tutorial. If you sign up to DigitalOcean using this link, you’ll receive $50 to spend on their services over 30 days.