- What is Docker Swarm?
- What is a Node?
- Docker Swarm visualizer
- Docker Swarm service
What is Swarm?
- A swarm is a cluster of Docker engines, or nodes, where you deploy services
- The Docker Engine CLI and API include commands to manage swarm nodes (e.g., add or remove nodes), and deploy and orchestrate services across the swarm
- You enable swarm mode for an engine by either initializing a swarm or joining an existing swarm
- When you run Docker without using swarm mode, you execute container commands
- When you run the Docker in swarm mode, you orchestrate services
- You can run swarm services and standalone containers on the same Docker instances.
Docker Swarm Features
- Cluster management integrated with Docker Engine
- Decentralized design
- Declarative service model
- Desired state reconciliation
- Multi-host networking
- Service discovery
- Load balancing
- Secure by default
- Rolling updates
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