The container feature of Windows Server is presented as a virtualization environment for DevOps, along with a demonstration of the installation of Docker management tools.
- [Instructor] Virtual machines are a commonly used feature…when you need to bring up an entire server…to provide roles and features for your network.…The ability to simulate hardware…allows you flexibility in how and where…to place these servers.…Some time ago, developers found a way…to take virtualization to another level.…They realized that if the thing they wanted to publish…was a network application,…they didn't need an entire virtual machine.…They didn't need to construct a whole operating system…around their one application.…
They came up with a new technology called containers.…Containers simulate the operating system,…allowing just enough space for an application to run…in the new environment.…In much the same way that Hyper-V…shares your physical hardware to emulate virtual hardware,…containers is a feature…that takes your host operating system…and shares that to emulate a virtual operating system.…This means that the environment you build and work with…is much smaller.…
When you think about it,…applications don't need hardware.…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Roles and features
- Upgrades and migration
- Defender and Firewall
- Windows Admin Center
- Planning sites and services
- Environments: hybrid cloud hyper-converged
- Identity and access roles
- Staying up to date
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows Server 2016: Storage Serviceswith Robert McMillen3h 16m Intermediate
What you should already know1m 55s
1. Getting Started
2. Management and Administration
3. Windows Server Environments
4. Storage Solutions
5. Identity and Access Roles
7. Going Forward
Windows Insider program4m 2s
Next steps1m 18s
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