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The past few days I’ve been working a lot with Docker. As with many powerful tools, there are quite a few ways to get the job done. The most esoteric of them being how to persist data within Docker’s containers. From bind-mounting directories to your local system, to spinning up containers with only one purpose in life – storage. Here I’m going to be discussing and experimenting with a slightly different way of handling the issue: Controlled Persistence.

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