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This tab allows you to create and manage the Docker Swarm across multiple servers.

docker swarm

Field

Description

Docker server name

The name of the server that runs the docker swarm node.

Docker server IP

The IP address of the server that runs the docker swarm node.

Node ID

The ID of the docker swarm node.

Docker type

The type of a docker swarm configuration. This field is obsolete and will be removed in the future.

Single Node Swarm – this is the swarm cluster with a single node. It is mostly used for backward compatibility and testing. This type is not recommended for use.

Swarm Cluster – this is the swarm cluster with multiple nodes. This is the preferred docker type.

Docker swarm node type

The type of a docker swarm node:

Manager – this type of node handles cluster management tasks: schedules services execution, maintains swarm mode. You must add a minimum of three manager nodes. By default, a manager node also acts as a worker node. So, you can create a cluster of manager nodes only.

Worker – this type of node is intended to execute/run containers only.

NOTE: To add a worker node, you must add at least one manager node first.

Description

A short description of the docker node. This field is optional.

The Docker Swarm tab includes the following actions:

Field

Description

Add

Enables you to add a new docker swarm instance on a specific server.

Delete

Enables you to delete a docker swarm instance from a specific server.

Get Swarm Configuration

Enables you to import the currently deployed docker containers to the Configuration server database, so they become available on the Docker Swarm tab.

Apply Swarm Configuration

Enables you to apply the swarm configuration.

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