New Pipelines Services - Connect to services

Do you guys have more info on how to connect to these other service containers? Does it work via DNS/Env variable like Docker links? So to connect to redis in your example we would just try to connect to redis:6397? Can you elaborate on how to use that? Thanks!

 

-Seth

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Hey Seth, essentially every service binds to a single ethernet adapter. This is roughly equivalent to running everything on your local dev machine.

Each service will be available via localhost, and port bindings must be unique (eg. can't run apache AND nginx on port 80)

hope that helps :)

So it's the equivalent in docker to `host` networking mode. Thanks

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