Tag: containers

Windows Server Containers with Overlay networking for Swarm

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With today’s release of Windows Server Network Overlay network driver for Windows Server it is now possible to run Windows Server in a docker swarm mode to have the capability to have containers cross-host communication. This has been available for Windows 10 for…

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Getting started with Docker Containers monitoring using Microsoft OMS

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So been using alot of days the last couple of weeks working with OMS, it is becoming a powerhouse of features, even though you need to be aware of that the data usage can get totally out of control if it is not…

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What is Containers and container ecosystem

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Having doing alot of work into containers lately, I can happy to say that I finally understand the concept of it all! When I first started reading about Containers I was like, WTF?? is this like a new concept of virtual machines or…

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Implenenting Containers on Windows Server 2016 and running IIS

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So since TP3 was released yesterday, I have been quite busy trying to implement Containers on top of a Hyper-V host. Now Microsoft has been kind as enough to give us a simple Contain Image which makes the first part pretty easy. In…

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Getting started with Docker Containers on Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3

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So TP3 was released earlier today (about 1 hour ago), as an image on Azure, and I have been able to spend quite alot of useful minutes on it and more specificaly on Containers. TP3 is the first release that supports Native containers….

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What new at Ignite! Nano Server, Containers, Azure Stack, OMS, ATA and so on

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So this is my recap on what has happend at Ignite, sorted by subject of course but the focus and strategy at Microsoft is clear! “MOVE TO OUR CLOUD” of course they did not leave out the guys on the floor as well….

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