To run the Docker Compose on Windows Server in Azure, AWS or GCP, the best way is to install the Docker Compose image from the marketplace. It comes fully configured as per the requirements to run Docker Compose in the cloud. Click on the links below to deploy into your environments
RDP into new server
Once you have deployed Docker Compose on Windows server, the first step is to RDP into the new instance once it has fully booted up. The following links explain how to connect the VM once it has finished being deployed:
- How to RDP to AWS Windows Instance
- How to RDP to Google GCP Windows Instance
- How to RDP to Azure Windows Virtual Machine
Once logged in, you’re now ready to start setting up your new server as per the following sections.
Using Docker Compose
Test Docker Compose
Open up a command prompt or Powershell session and run the following command from to confirm Docker Compose is installed:
The Docker Compose version should be displayed.
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