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From 1 to N Docker Hosts: Getting Started with Docker Clustering

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Published on Oct 26, 2016

From 1 to N Docker Hosts: Getting Started with Docker Clustering - Mike Goelzer & Victor Vieux, Docker

Docker Clustering enables multiple Docker Engines to discover each other and work together as a single platform to run containerized, microservices Applications. By using Docker Clustering, you can quickly create a platform for deploying complex, microservice Applications.

In this presentation, Mike Goelzer will describe how Docker Clustering is evolving and what it means for developers and ops who need to orchestrate multi-container Applications. You will learn about the architecture of a Docker cluster, the key concepts needed to work with Docker Clustering and how it fits into the bigger picture of the Docker application platform

You will see a live demo of Docker clustering and how it can be used to deploy and manage a microservice-style. Other topics covered: load balancing, service discovery, scaling, cluster security. All demo code available in Github.

About Mike Goelzer

Mike Goelzer is a engineer, hacker and an open source product management lead for Docker’s Core Runtime. He is a member of the team that built Docker’s orchestration technology Swarm, and has been an open source contributor to Docker engine. He currently works on the open source Docker Engine. Some of Mike's recent speaking events include: - OpenStack Summit (4/26/2016) - Mountain View Docker Meetup (2/24/2015) - Palo Alto Docker Meetup (2/16/2016)

About Victor Vieux

Victor Vieux works as a software engineer at Docker, Inc. He is one of the four guys that form the internal Docker Core team. Originally from Paris, France, where he was famous for his work on robots (programming them in C/C++), Victor joined the company and project at the very beginning. Since then he's been helping both on programming the Docker core and helping the Docker community, 24/7, with passion and enthusiasm.

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