Open a terminal and ssh into the machine where you run your manager node. For example, the tutorial uses a machine named
Run the following command:
$ docker service create --replicas 1 --name helloworld alpine ping docker.com 9uk4639qpg7npwf3fn2aasksr
docker service createcommand creates the service.
--nameflag names the service
--replicasflag specifies the desired state of 1 running instance.
alpine ping docker.comdefine the service as an Alpine Linux container that executes the command
docker service ls to see the list of running services:
$ docker service ls ID NAME SCALE IMAGE COMMAND 9uk4639qpg7n helloworld 1/1 alpine ping docker.com
Now you’ve deployed a service to the swarm, you’re ready to inspect the service.
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