Deploying the PoC application to the Docker Enterprise cluster

Now that you are connected to the Docker cluster through the command-line interface bundle, it is time to deploy your application. Up until now, we've deployed the containers on your development or build machine to make sure the application is working properly. Then, we pushed the images out to the DTR so they will be available to our orchestrator when we deploy our stack to the cluster. 

Up until now, we've created our docker-compose.yml file and run it with the docker-compose up command to get our stack of containers (described as services in the YAML file) running our single/local Docker host. Now, we want to run that same stack of containers on our Docker Enterprise cluster. ...

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