You could either install node.js into your box ( if possible ) and accommodate NodeBB into it. Or, get a new VPS, install NodeBB on it with meeting server requirements. Link it to your choice of sub domain.
Would running nodebb in Docker make it portable?
Would running a nodebb instance in a Docker container make it truly portable? What I envision is running Nodebb in a Docker and then as the site grows to be able to build a new more powerful server (more ram, cpu speed, etc.,) and then just transfer the Docker container to the new system, change my DNS entries and Nginx setting, etc., and then be up and running without losing the Redis database contents or having to re-build the forum.
Is this feasible and logical?
nm. I found this: https://docs.nodebb.org/en/latest/installing/docker/nodebb-redis.html
How is the mongo & nodebb docker coming along?
Mikael Jenkler Swedes
I have plans on fixing this, but I had alot todo. But you can use my packages nginx + nodejs + mongodb if you want
Here is my repo: https://github.com/Jenkler/docker
Check it out