In the previous chapters, we experienced using combinations of the tools together.
For example, we have been using both Docker Storage and Network plugins to create a highly available WordPress installation using both the tools provided by Docker themselves, that is, Docker Compose and Docker Swarm, as well Kubernetes and Rancher.
We also deployed our underlying Docker infrastructure using Docker Machine, Ansible, as well as tools such as Kubernetes and Rancher.
Then, we deployed various first-party and third-party plugins to help with storage, networking, and features such as load balancing to take full advantage of the environment that we have been deploying to, such as Amazon Web Service and DigitalOcean.
All the tools that we have looked at compliment the core Docker Engine, and in most cases, there is little or no change needed to be made to your Docker images to start using the plugins or third-party tools.
All of this means that it is relatively easy to build a highly available...