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The Windows Server 2016 Application Platform – Nano Server, Containers and DevOps

This post was authored by Andrew Mason, Principal Program Manager on the Nano Server team. There has been a lot of press on Nano Server and Containers as new technologies coming in Windows Server 2016. In this blog post we’ll discuss how these two technologies are core pieces of the Windows Server 2016 developer/DevOps solution,...

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Ten reasons you’ll love Windows Server 2016 #9: Containers

This post was authored by Matt McSpirit, Technical Evangelist at Microsoft. It is the ninth post in the “Ten reasons you’ll love Windows Server 2016” series. Today I got to talk with Taylor Brown, principal lead program manager for Windows Server containers. Taylor’s team is responsible for product vision and roadmap as well as partnering...

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//Build 2016 container announcements: Hyper-V Containers and Windows 10 and PowerShell for Docker

//Build will always be a special place for Windows containers. This was the stage where last year we first showed the world a Windows Server container. So it’s fitting that back home at //Build this year we made two new announcements as part of our Friday session “Setting the Stage: The Application Platform in Windows...

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A Closer Look at Windows Server and Hyper-V Containers with Mark Russinovich

On the season premiere of Microsoft Mechanics, we demo the new container technology within Windows Server 2016, including a hands-on look at Hyper-V Containers with Azure CTO, Mark Russinovich. Containers are one of the hottest topics in cloud and server and with Windows Server 2016, Microsoft is introducing a medley of new technologies including Windows...

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