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I've never worked with Docker before, but it seems I can get a great benefit from it, in my development process.
My question is, is that a relevant approach ? (link below)
The idea is to have one or more Odoo DBs per network: one DB for each customer in the customers network, ...
Plus, I don't know if that's possible, but, when an update is needed, duplicate a network and its containers, test the update, then push to production.
What do you think ?
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