Using Traefik to Route HTTP Requests to Multiple Docker Microservices

By Tony Mackay ·

When hosting multiple microservices on a server, a reverse proxy can be used to route traffic coming in on port 80/443 to one of the many backend services running in containers. This tutorial shows you how to use Traefik to run multiple microservices on a single Ubuntu Server.

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Written by Tony Mackay

Tony is the founder and editor of GraspingTech, a blog that helps developers and business owners deploy modern web applications to the cloud. He has written over one hundred tutorials which have been read by more than a million people. Some of the topics he covers are Linux, Virtualization, DevOps and web development.

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