I have a system running with 3 containers. One is the nginx server which has a reverse proxy for the other two sites that need ssl, how could you practically install the certificates?
The nginx server needs certs as it will receive HTTPS connections.
But, usually within the same system you would have nginx using HTTP to the backend sites. In that case you don't need certs on the backend systems.
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