The benefits of containers are driving interest in containerizing Windows applications, but the Microsoft container ecosystem is relatively immature. I&O leaders looking to accelerate infrastructure agility can use this research to find answers for the most common questions about Windows containers.
- Are Windows Containers Ready for Production Use?
- What Applications Should I Target for Windows Containers?
- Are Windows Containers Just Like Linux Containers?
- When Should I Use Hyper-V Isolation With Windows Server Containers?
- When Should I Use Windows Server Core Versus Nano Server?
- What Orchestration and Management Tools Work With Windows Containers?
- For .NET Core Applications, When Should I Use Linux Containers Instead of Windows Containers?
- What Hosts Should Be Used for Windows Containers?
- Can I Run Windows Containers in the Public Clouds?
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