Windows Containers for Legacy Apps

Containers have created a new way of doing the development and deployment of applications. Many legacy applications may never migrate to more contemporary languages, tooling, or frameworks. Many of those applications are running on Windows Servers. Those very applications can be containerized leveraging Windows containers. In this session, we will learn about Microsoft's different offerings and when to use each offering. We will also discuss the limitations that you will face working with those offerings.

Jamie Phillips

Staff Site Reliability Engineer, NBA

Knoxville, Tennessee, United States


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