A while ago, I wrote about how I run my blog with a self-hosted Ghost engine. Even though most processes were running on autopilot, they
Continuing the topic of hosting Ghost on Azure, I decided to document some nuances of connecting to Azure Database for MySQL from a Ghost Docker container hosted on Azure Web Apps for Containers.
In the first part of this series, I wrote about running Ghost on Azure Web App for Containers. Here we will explore some security improvements to the original deployment configuration, as I promised last time.
Even though I’m pretty satisfied with running my blog on a DigitalOcean droplet backed up with Cloudflare CDN, I spent some time last few months looking for an option to run Ghost on Azure.
Recently, I got a few questions from my friends and colleagues about my blog. Specifically, about its internals. Not to repeat myself, answering the same questions over and over, here I am going to share the technical details on that.