Weave Net is described as follows:
"Weave Net creates a container SDN that can run across any mixture of public and private cloud, virtual machines and bare metal. The container SDN can carry any layer 2 and layer 3 traffic, including multicast. If you can run it over Ethernet, you can run it on Weave Net."
In fact, there are two drivers provided by Weave, as follows:
Weave Mesh is a local scope driver that operates without the need for a cluster store. It can be used to create networks that span non-clustered machines. With this, you get a single network called Weave, which spans all of the machines you have Weave launched on.
Weave, like Docker's own overlay driver, is a global scope driver. This means that it can be used with Docker Swarm and Docker Compose, because of this, you...