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(Part 1) DevOps with Containers: How to Leverage Container virtualization technology for a Better DevOps Experience

(Part 1) DevOps with Containers: How to Leverage Container virtualization technology for a Better DevOps Experience

Container virtualization technology and tools have enabled a variety of organizations, large or small, to accelerate their application delivery cycle. The traditional application development process is to write code, debug code in a local development environment, check-in code, and wait ... continue reading
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Massive Performance, Scale and Manageability Gains in Hyper-V with Windows Server 2016

In this episode, you'll learn about the huge performance and scale improvements made available with Hyper-V in Windows Server 2016. This video covers the specific performance enhancements, what kinds of new virtualization scenarios this makes available for business-critical workloads, such ... continue reading
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Microsoft #Containers for Application Development #Docker #Hyperv #ACS #DevOps #Cloud

Containers for Developers From a developer’s desktop to a testing machine to a set of production machines, a Docker image can be created that will deploy identically across any environment in seconds. This story has created a massive and growing ... continue reading
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Leverage Containers to test and debug Native applications on Nano Server

Today we’d like to share improvements in the test and debug workflow while developing native applications for Nano Server. The new workflow leverages Nano Server Containers and enhancements in the Visual Studio 2017 Remote Debugger to run in a Container ... continue reading
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Nano Server Native Project Template now on Visual Studio Gallery

The Visual Studio project template for developing C++ applications targeting Nano Server is now available on the Visual Studio Marketplace (search on "nano"). The template supports both Visual Studio 2015 and 2017. What’s changed? The core of the extension is ... continue reading
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(Part 1) Windows Server 2016 Nano Server: Overview

Windows Server 2016 Nano Server is a cool new deployment option that has a very small operating system footprint that is very secure, very fast and efficient and only has a limited set of features that you want to include ... continue reading
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Massive Performance Gains in Hyper V with Windows Server 2016

Watch this video to learn about the huge performance improvements made available with Hyper-V in Windows Server 2016. This video covers the specific performance enhancements, what kinds of new virtualization workloads this makes available for such as SQL, the ease ... continue reading
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Running #NanoServer in a #Container on Windows Server 2016 with #Docker in Powershell #DevOps

What are Containers They are an isolated, resource controlled, and portable operating environment.  Basically, a container is an isolated place where an application can run without affecting the rest of the system and without the system affecting the application. Containers ... continue reading
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Getting Started with Windows Containers

Join Lex Thomas and Ryan Berry as they go through a series of quick demos explaining what Windows Containers are, what you can do with them and how they can benefit you and your organization.[0:52] What are Containers and why ... continue reading
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Introducing the Nano Server Image Builder

Hi there, Scott Johnson here to talk about the new Nano Server Image Builder tool, my new favorite time-saver. The Nano Server Image Builder helps you create a custom Nano Server image and bootable USB media with the aid of ... continue reading