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Run Stateless Docker Containers

Docker containers should be designed to be stateless, meaning that they can survive system reboots and container terminations gracefully, and without the loss of data. Designing with stateless containers in mind will also help your app grow and make future horizontal scaling trivial.

In this lesson, we will review an app that saves uploaded files to the filesystem. Then we will learn how to setup a persistent volume for the uploaded files so they can survive Docker container halts, restarts, stops and respawns.

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