- [Instructor] Docker Swarm is the cluster management…and orchestration feature that's built…into the Docker Engine.…Docker Swarm is available whether or not…you have Docker Community Edition or Enterprise Edition,…and it's available on all platforms.…Just so you have an understanding…of what a Docker Swarm cluster is,…we've got a diagram here that shows what would happen…if we had a failure in our Docker Swarm cluster.…Here we have three different worker nodes,…and it's the worker nodes that actually run…the containerized applications.…
The Swarm manager nodes that aren't shown in this diagram…are there to insure that the high availability,…orchestration, and the Universal Control Plane…are always available.…Let's pretend that we had a failure…on a single worker node in the Docker Swarm cluster.…The applications that are containerized…and running on that worker node would be restarted…on the other worker nodes in the Docker Swarm cluster.…Let's say that you had a web application…and you said you wanted to always have 100 replicas…
- Docker Certified Associate prep
- Docker editions and platforms
- Docker namespaces
- Installing Docker
- Configuring repositories and Docker swarm
- Creating users and teams
- Backing up Docker
- Troubleshooting Docker errors
Skill Level Beginner
DevOps Foundations: Containerswith David Linthicum1h 16m Beginner
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure as Codewith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. Preparing to Install Docker
2. Installing Docker
3. Configuring Docker
4. Troubleshooting Docker Install and Config
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