UPDATE: This article was written in 2016 and refers to a version of Docker Swarm that is now known as "legacy Swarm". The newer Docker Swarm won't work in LXC as described in this article.
Since its initial release in 2008, LXC has become widespread among servers. Today, it is becoming the preferred deployment strategy in many contexts, also thanks to Docker and, more recently, LXD.
LXC and Docker are used not only to achieve modular architecture design, but also as a way to run untrusted code in an isolated environment.
We can agree that the LXC and Docker …