Asynchronous tasks in Python with Celery + RabbitMQ + Redis

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    Here we simply start up two services, by defining the image key to point to the image in dockerhub , mapping the ports host:docker and adding environment variables. To see what types of environment variables you can use with your image, you can simply go to the corresponding image in dockerhub, and see the documentation. For example you can check how to use RabbitMQ image here

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