Our production cluster is up and running, and it already has most of the vertical services we'll need. The next steps will build on top of that. We'll explore Docker For AWS features that make it self-heal and, later on, discuss how we can make it self-adapt as well.
We explored how to update our cluster through UI. That is useful as a way to learn what's going on but not that much if we're planning to automate the processes. Fortunately, everything that can be done through UI can be accomplished through AWS API. We'll use it soon.
Docker folks did a great job with Docker For AWS and Azure. The result is fantastic. It is a very simple, yet very powerful tool in our belt.
I hope you're hosting your Swarm cluster in AWS or Azure (both ...