Here you can find a set of containers to help creating a data science core architecture, for example:
There is a focus on bioinformatics, but the infrastructure can be used for other applications.
We use Alpine Linux for simple servers (very small footprint) and Ubuntu for larger images. It might happen that some containers are derived from Debian ones.
Check Python version for ansible (conda...)
If you use the setup wizard (strongly recommended for a first install)
(explain with conda)
This will install all your servers on the local machine. If you have a very large big-iron machine, this might be what you want. If you have a cluster, this is still a reasonable starting point, though you will have some work to do, especially on the security front.
docker network create virtual_core. Make sure this is configured everytime you start the system
cp etc/hosts.sample etc/hosts(you will want to edit this in the future)
cd _instance/ansible; ansible-playbook --ask-pass -i ../../etc/hosts main.yml