You can use Docker volumes to make data persist between runs of a given service’s containers across restarts and instance replacements. This is useful for applications like WordPress or Jenkins that need to store data on the filesystem.
services: web: volumes: - /my/shared/data
In this example Convox would mount a persistent data volume for processes in the
web service at
Data written to this volume will be persisted and shared between all processes of the
WordPress is a popular PHP blogging platform. It expects a persistent filesystem for storing themes, plugins, and media uploads. You can persist this data by specifying a shared volume at
services: web: image: wordpress:4.5.2-apache port: 80 volumes: - /var/www/html