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Hands On Labs - Containerization 101

  • Microsoft - Charlotte Campus Building 8050

    Matterhorn conference room, Charlotte, NC (map)

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  • Join us this month to get a practical hands on perspective on Containerization. Docker for Windows has recently entered beta, let's explore what we can do with it. 

    - Run Hello World Linux image on Windows
    - Debug application running in container
    - Run Core application in Linux container
    - Run the same Core application in Windows container
    - Run PowerShell script in Windows container
    - Run classic application in Windows container 


    - Laptop running Windows 10 Anniversary (or Windows Server 2016) with Hyper-V and Container features installed 

    - Docker for Windows (Beta channel) ­
    - Visual Studio 2015 to run the code samples
    - Visual Studio Tools for Docker Preview extension for the debugging example
    - Pre-download Docker images (follow instructions below) since it could be really slow during the lab Pull Linux Images
    - Start Docker (it should default to using Linux containers)
    - Open an elevated command prompt
    - Run: docker pull hello-world
    - Run: docker pull microsoft/aspnetcore:1.0­.1 Pull Windows Images
    - Right click Docker in system tray and choose "Switch to Windows Containers"
    - If you get an error, reboot and try again
    - Open an elevated command prompt
    - Run: docker pull microsoft/aspnet
    - Run: docker pull microsoft/mssql-server-2­014-express-windows
    - Run: docker pull microsoft/nanoserver
    - Run: docker pull microsoft/dotnet:nanoser­ver

    Speaker: Paul Wheeler

    Paul is a Solutions Architect at Martus Solutions, where he develops cloud-based SaaS applications for clients using C# and JavaScript.

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  • John R

    Great information last night! Thank you Niraj!

    October 20

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