May 21, 2018Tech NotescontainerComments Off on Deploying a Service Fabric cluster to run Windows containers
From container perspective, Service Fabric is a container orchestrator which supports both Windows and Linux containers. In legacy application lift and shift scenarios, we usually containerize the... Read More ⟶
I have some experiences with Docker and containers, but never played with Kubernetes before. I started to explore Kubernetes recently as I may need a container orchestration solution in the coming... Read More ⟶
Update on 1 Jul, 2020:
The development of lcow has been stopped, which means it would stay as experimental forever. https://github.com/linuxkit/lcow
Docker Desktop has changed its way to leverage... Read More ⟶
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