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    Jonas Rosland
    @jonasrosland
    Good morning everyone!
    Reinhard Tartler
    @siretart
    God morgon!
    Bret Fisher
    @BretFisher
    play-with-docker.com FTW! If you don't have 5 VMs on a piece of paper, you can set up a cluster there
    Jonas Rosland
    @jonasrosland
    Absolutely agree! PWD is great and a simple way to try out Docker and Docker orchestration.
    Jonas Rosland
    @jonasrosland

    If you missed to copy the results of swarm init that gave you the swarm token needed to join the swarm, do this on node1:

    docker swarm join-token worker

    Only use vim? No love for nano? :)
    Bret Fisher
    @BretFisher
    Just learned that nano is auto added to Windows Containers but not vim/emacs :(
    Dorian Kcira
    @dkcira_twitter
    Sad! :)
    Bret Fisher
    @BretFisher
    I was hoping for wordperfect for DOS :smile:
    jnojr
    @jnojr
    'docker swarm init' started and ran, advertising the address of eth0, but slide 69 implies this shouldn't have happened.
    Bret Fisher
    @BretFisher
    @jnojr docker tries to figure out what IP to use, but if there are multiple eth or IP's it'll then give an error with a list of your options that you can use --advertise-addr to specify
    on AWS it usually figures it out, on PWD there's multiple IP's so it will ask you to specify
    Dorian Kcira
    @dkcira_twitter
    so do the vms on PWD have a common private network ?
    I am using the VMs, but just curious
    Bret Fisher
    @BretFisher
    you can see the whole implementation in that repo
    play-with-docker uses docker in docker in order to create nodes (or instances as they're called)
    major docker inception
    Dorian Kcira
    @dkcira_twitter
    yes, sounds very interesting