Learn how to use Windows Containers, the new Windows Server 2016 feature that expands upon the concept of development containers, providing stability and flexibility to applications and virtual networks.
- [Scott] Hi, I'm Scott Burrell, and I would like to welcome you to this course on the containers feature that was introduced to Windows in Server version 2016. I once saw a sign claim that there were three types of work: fast, cheap, and high quality, and that by selecting any two you would sacrifice the third. But what if that weren't true? What if the best solution to a perennial IT problem could be deployed in a matter of minutes, or even seconds at no additional cost? We're going to take a look at how containers are used in DevOpps.
We'll explore the partnership between Microsoft and Docker, and how Windows containers can support the development process, as well as the deployment and management of applications in your environment. We will be creating and modifying images, customizing and standardizing how containers are created, and we will compare methods for moving these environments to where they need to be. Let's take a look.
- Physical host environments
- Virtual host environments
- Installing and creating Windows containers
- Creating Hyper-V containers
- Creating, tagging, and pushing images
- Removing images
- Configuring startup options
- Working with PowerShell, Docker daemon, and Azure
- Managing container networking
- Managing data volumes, resources, and repositories