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August 24, 2015
Windows containers are now available in preview as the native Docker tools come to Microsoft for the first time.
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Once you've deployed Windows containers in your production environment, you can start copying data and files to them using one of three methods, depending on file type and location. Continue Reading
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You can use a number of tools for Windows and Hyper-V container management, including Docker and PowerShell, depending on your experience and skill set. Continue Reading
Take advantage of the PowerShell for Docker module to easily create and manage Windows containers in your environment with this step-by-step installation guide. Continue Reading