Docker Multi-Host Networking: Overlays to the Rescue

This article focuses on the implementation of Docker based infrastructures, taking a deep dive into multi-host overlay networking, what it is, how it all works and what you can do with it.

by Don Mills

The implementation of Docker based infrastructures is a topic that is on a lot of people's minds currently.  However there are some challenges with the scaling and orchestration of multi-host Docker architectures that make it difficult to effectively operate in larger deployments.  Well, with the release of Docker 1.9 multiple enhancements were made to the Docker ecosystem that make these issues much less challenging. 

This article focuses on some of the enhancements in the networking space, particularly multi-host overlay networking.  We will take a deep dive into what it is, how it all works, and what you can do with it. So follow the link below if you are interested in getting down and in-depth with Docker networking capabilities as they stand today.

Docker Multi-Host Networking

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Don Mills
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