Can I run docker containers on different machines?

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I've setup several docker containers for my application:

  1. container for mysql
  2. container for application server (tomcat7)
  3. container for nginx
  4. container for python tornado application

On my local machine, using docker-machine, I've tried all these containers and them interactive with each other. I created one virtualbox machine with boot2linux and setup all these containers on it.

Now, for production I am going to run each one of these containers on a separate server. Is there something docker provides to quickly/easily do this? Or should I set up docker on each server, copy relevant images to that server, and then start docker-images manually on all servers?

Oct 17, 2018 in Kubernetes by Nilesh
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Yes, but you should also:

answered Oct 17, 2018 by lina
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