One of the first recommended ways to test Zenko is to deploy it in a Docker Swarm cluster. Docker Swarm allows to make a group of servers part of a cluster that will give you fault tolerance. Deploying, and that provides Zenko with a high-availability architecture.
Since Zenko deployment documentation mentions a functioning Docker Swarm cluster as one of the prerequisites, we recorded a short video to illustrate how to create a cluster with 2 worker nodes and 3 manager nodes. We do this every day, we tend to forget that we had to learn it too, at some point in (recent) time. Enjoy the video and reach out on our forum if you’re having any difficulty deploying Zenko: we’re here to help!