Backup Docker EE

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To backup Docker Enterprise Edition you need to create individual backups for each of the following components:

  1. Docker Engine. Learn more.
  2. Universal Control Plane (UCP). Learn more.
  3. Docker Trusted Registry (DTR). Learn more.

Before proceeding to backup the next component, you should test the backup you’ve created to make sure it’s not corrupt. One way to test your backups is to do a fresh installation in a separate infrastructure and restore the new installation using the backup you’ve created.

Restore Docker Enterprise Edition

You should only restore from a backup as a last resort. If you’re running Docker Enterprise Edition in high-availability you can remove unhealthy nodes from the swarm and join new ones to bring the swarm to an healthy state.

To restore Docker Enterprise Edition, you need to restore the individual components one by one:

  1. Docker Engine. Learn more.
  2. Universal Control Plane (UCP). Learn more.
  3. Docker Trusted Registry (DTR). Learn more.

Where to go next

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