Bring Windows applications to Red Hat OpenShift without needing to rebuild: Containers are used as the primary platform for application development and ideally support the two leading operating systems (OS) in data centers — Red Hat Enterprise Linux® and Microsoft Windows. Without a standard OS, applications are often siloed and cause complexities in management and a lag in application modernization.
Windows Servers have a long history in server operating systems. But as application development shifts to cloud-native deployments, traditional Windows applications have transitioned, from data centers, to the cloud with the support of container technology.
To avoid rebuilding these Windows-based applications and get them to the cloud, some container orchestration platforms can support Windows containers while delivering the benefits of Kubernetes. Windows and Linux-based applications can then be managed side-by-side in a single container orchestration platform.
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|Dates :||Friday, 7 May 2021|
|Time :||9:30 AM to 11:30 AM AEST|
|Duration :||2 Hours includes Demo Labs|
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Date: Thursday, November 1, 2019
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