You’ve run containers locally, so running them remotely is just a matter of SSHing into a machine and running your container there instead, right? What happens when that machine is at capacity? Clearly you need to add another host, but stringing together API calls to create a remote host, install Docker on it, push Docker images to it, and finally run them can be a bit of a hassle.
Getting up and running with container orchestration can be challenging. Luckily, cloud.ca has you covered: we’ve integrated with Rancher to make deploying containers on cloud.ca a snap. By the end of this guide, you’ll have a multi-host container environment running on cloud.ca.