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[SUPERCEDED] Using Traefik Proxy with Docker Compose and LetsEncrypt (version 1.3)
Wednesday, 2 August 2017
This blog entry is deprecated, since it refers to an older version of _traefik_ (version 1.3). Please see [the newer version](../traefik-proxy-docker-lets-encrypt) of this article for up to date details (using version 1.7 of _traefik_). Traefik Proxy is a fairly recent entry into the reverse proxy space, alongside more established applications such as nginx and Apache httpd. The thing which differentiates traefik is that it was created in a post-Docker world and integrates with Docker to reduce the manual configuration needed.
This article looks at how we can use traefik as a reverse proxy across a docker-compose managed suite of containers and then use let’s encrypt to add SSL certificates for https access.