LXDock provides support for common provisioning operations. Provisioning operations can be easily
defined in your LXDock file using the
name: myproject image: ubuntu/xenial provisioning: - type: ansible playbook: deploy/site.yml
When using provisioners you should keep in mind that some of them can execute local actions on the host. For example Ansible playbooks can trigger local actions that will be run on your system. Other provisioners (like the shell provisioner) can define commands to be runned on the host side or in provileged containers. You have to trust the projects that use these provisioning tools before running LXDock!
Documentation sections for the supported provisioning tools or methods are listed here.