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Microsoft Announces the General Availability of Windows Server Containers, and More for AKS

May 5, 2020

Via: InfoQ

Almost a year ago, Microsoft launched a preview of Windows Server Containers in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Now the company announced the general availability of Windows Server containers in AKS, including the support of private clusters and managed identities.

With the GA of Windows Server containers, enterprises can now lift-and-shift their Windows applications to run on managed kubernetes services in Azure. Moreover, developers in these enterprises can create, upgrade, and scale Windows node pools in AKS through the standard tools such as the Azure Portal or Command Line Interface (CLI) – Azure will help manage the health of the cluster automatically.

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