How to Set Up and Deploy to a 1000-Node Docker Swarm

There are some very good articles and posts out there which
describe in fantastic detail how Docker works and how easy
it is to start a container (now a “service” in
Docker 1.12).
However not many blogs talk about the other stuff that
must be done to successfully get the application responding
to requests from the web, and less talk about a 1000 node
cluster.

This post is for those of you who have not yet set up a cluster
in production, we’ll go through every little detail you
need to know before you set up your own 1000 node cluster.

Important note about 1000 nodes

I keep mentioning 1000 nodes in this post just to
take it to the extreme. The steps in this post will leave
you with a working 1000 node cluster but if you’re determined
to actually start a 1000 node cluster then you will end up
with a hefty bill at the end of the month. You might be better
realizing that


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