Windows Containers and Docker

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 04 Jul 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Windows Server 2016 features support for containers. These are not Linux-based, but containers that run on Windows and run Windows on the inside. These conform to the Open Container Initiative (OCI). They allow you to run applications insulated from the rest of the system, within portable containers that include everything an application needs to be fully functional. As they did with Linux, containers will change the nature of the software supply chain for Windows users....

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