Jeff Wilson of Agnostic Computing comments:
Big news yesterday for fans of agnostic cloud/on-prem computing.
Docker -the application virtualization stack that’s caught on like wildfire among the *nix set- is coming to Windows.
When I first heard the news, emotion was mixed.
On the one hand, I love it. Virtualization of all flavors -OS, storage, network, and application- is where I want to be, as a blogger, at home in my lab, and professionally.
Yet, as a Windows guy (I dabble, of course), Docker was just a bit out of reach for me, even with my lab, which is 100% Windows.
Dockermania has hit the Land of Windows. That’s a good thing for Windows folks. We’re moving one step closer to making the hypervisor irrelevant.
Read more at: Containers! For Windows! Courtesy of Docker
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