Equivalent of docker-compose.yml parameters in Docker Cloud

I started playing with Docker Cloud and am trying to deploy a tomav/docker-mailserver container to an EC2 instance. The EC2 and dockercloud-agent seems to work fine for container deployment.

The docker-compose.yml uses hostname and domainname parameters which are required to properly configure it, but I can’t find their equivalent in Docker Cloud’s interface.

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    Thank you for your help !

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Equivalent of docker-compose.yml parameters in Docker Cloud”

    What you want is a stack file, roughly equivalent to docker-compose

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