Docker networks are supported via the top-level config
networks. Networks are automatically created by Crane when necessary, and never cleaned up. When a prefix is used, it is also applied to the network.
Containers may have dependencies that should be started prior to themselves. Once configured via
requires/depends_on, Crane will take care of start order etc.
services: foo: requires: ["bar"] networks: qux: bar: networks: qux: alias: ["baz"] networks: qux:
defaultnetwork for you, and all containers connect to it using their name as an alias. Therefore, containers can reach each other by name.