David Hamdani

On the heels of the Kubernetes 1.14 release that supports Windows nodes, organizations are going to need to understand how to build, share and run containerized Windows Server applications. Docker and Microsoft have been collaborating since 2014 to bring containers to Windows and have several years of experience helping enterprise organizations bring these applications to production. At this year’s DockerCon, we’re bringing that knowledge to you with a full lineup of Windows Containers sessions designed to take your skill-set to the next level. Download your Windows Container agenda and register now to learn from industry experts. Content will include modernizing existing applications…

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Elton Stoneman

  A huge number of companies are still running apps on Windows Server 2003 and 2008 in the data center. They want to move to a modern, secure, supported platform which gives them the flexibility to run in the data center today – and in any cloud tomorrow. Docker gives them that flexibility, and you can move your apps to Docker without changing any code. That was the focus of our recent webinar, where we showed several apps currently running on Windows Server 2003, and packaged them to run as Docker Windows containers. We showed all the steps to migrate the…

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