Create a protected and agile application environment, offering both stability and flexibility, by implementing containers on Windows Server 2019.
Container technology is nothing new and with the release of Windows Server 2019, you can now provide Windows Server containers and Hyper-V containers in your own environment.
In this course, you will learn all about installing and configuring Windows Server 2019 container hosts. You will be introduced to containers and the differences between Windows Server containers and Hyper-V containers. Next, you will delve into deploying and managing containers on Windows Server. You will also master a new feature: deploying and managing Linux containers in Windows Server 2019. You will also manage and orchestrate containers with the new Kubernetes support provided by Windows Server 2019. You will manage container networking, and deploy a multi-container application in Azure.
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge and skills you need to maximize your efforts and meet your enterprise needs. As an administrator you will be able to provide developers with protected and agile application environments, offering both stability and flexibility.
The code files are available on GitHub - https://github.com/elroyr/-Implementing-Windows-Server-2019-Containers
About the Author
Adrian Nicolae Dumitras has worked as a Windows Server administrator since 2012 at a multinational company in the automotive segment, managing thousands of Windows servers. Besides his familiarity with most common Windows roles and services, he specializes in scripting and automation with Powershell and OS deployment with the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit. He is always keen to learn new and interesting things. In his spare time, he likes to write articles on his blog: aboutwinserver.com, play some games, and have fun with friends and family.
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