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> Yes - I maintain that Swarm is a much simpler offering that's easier to get started with in a 'smaller' setup, or in a mixed environment of monoliths and miniliths and microliths in one big family.

+1 on Docker Swarm. Although it does have its kinks, it's far simpler to get working, has a smoother learning curve, and does the job well.

I would argue that Docker Swarm is ideal for those cases where it's unlikely you'll need a lot of autoscaling or operate a large cluster.

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