The likely duo of Microsoft and Docker make the progressively popular container technology available for use on Windows servers. Developers building an application with Windows components will soon have the ability to manage their applications using Docker whereas in the past, Docker was only capable of running on Linux based platforms. The two companies will create a version of the Docker Engine that will run, natively, on the next edition of Windows Server, as well as run on the Microsoft Azure cloud. Continue reading this story here.
Microsoft’s Docker virtualization technology takes a step forward as developers from both Microsoft and Docker begin work on a native Docker implementation for Windows Server.