Sysbox vs 'normal' docker
timconsidine last edited by timconsidine
Cloudron is great and remains my primary self-hosting platform ("production").
But trying to improve my understanding.
I have another VPS running a set of Docker containers for stuff not packaged for Cloudron. All is well.
I have yet another VPS which is 'spare' (retired the apps on it) but I am in contract for a while.
I'm thinking to install
nestyboxas a playground to try out other apps.
Although I have read various stuff about sysbox use cases, I keep coming back to the thought : 'yeah, but I could do xxx in a regular Docker container on my Docker VPS'
So what am I missing in my understanding of sysbox advantages ?
Secondary question : assuming I go ahead and have bunch of sysbox containers running apps. How is inbound networking managed? Same as on my normal docker VPS - nginx with reverse proxy ? nginx doesn't seem to figure in the sysbox install how-to.
Yeah, I know this is not about Cloudron, so 'off-topic' topic
@timconsidine I believe someone else in here mentioned that they want to integrate sysbox into cloudron. Can't remember atm
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