1. Microsoft Opens the Azure Container Service to Windows Server Developers in Limited Preview
7/7/2016 4:02:19 PM
Microsoft Opens the Azure Container Service to Windows Server Developers in Limited Preview
Windows Server,Microsoft Azure,Azure Container Service,Docker Swarm,DC/OS, VM Cluster
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Microsoft Opens the Azure Container Service to Windows Server Developers in Limited Preview

Microsoft Opens the Azure Container Service to Windows Server Developers in Limited Preview



Richard Harris Richard Harris in Enterprise Thursday, July 7, 2016
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The Microsoft Azure team has announced a limited preview of Azure Container Service for Windows Server containers. With this preview, Microsoft is opening the Azure Container Service to Windows Server developers for the first time.

Azure Container Service is designed for enterprises, ISVs and startups looking to quickly put containers into production. It combines Azure’s infrastructure with a two choices of open source container orchestration technology - DC/OS or Docker Swarm. 

To provision a container service, users select the VM cluster size, DC/OS or Swarm, and the Azure region, and the container service handles everything else. This preview of Windows Server containers under the Azure Container Service currently only supports Docker Swarm as the orchestrator.




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