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The repository right now includes a Makefile that handles some basic scripts for setting up a bridge. Most importantly it allows to run `make build` to build a Docker image and `make run` to run a container using the same image.
There is still missing a way to update the already running container. When there are new changes in the repository a developer should be able to pull the latest changes, build a new image and run the latest image by replacing the already running container.
Docker documentation: https://docs.docker.com/
**Task:** In short, add `make update` script for replacing the running container with the latest image.
- [ ] Use `develop` branch to submit PR
- [ ] Ability to run `make build` followed by `make update` to update running container
- [ ] Ability to keep the state of the RedisDB of the running container with the new image
- [ ] Ability to use the existing SSL certificates from running `make update`