Most of the commands we will initially need are accessible through the docker services command:
$ docker service<snip>Commands: create Create a new service inspect Display detailed information on one or more services logs Fetch the logs of a service or task ls List services ps List the tasks of one or more services rm Remove one or more services scale Scale one or multiple replicated services update Update a service
As you might be suspecting, given how similar these commands are to some of the ones for managing containers, once you move to an orchestration platform as opposed to fiddling with containers directly, the ideal management of your services would be done through the orchestration itself. I would probably expand ...
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