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Introduction to Windows Containers

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Introduction to Windows Containers
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Publisher: Microsoft Press
Number of pages: 83

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Containers are a stepping stone that can help IT organizations understand what key items in modern IT environments, such as DevOps, Agile, Scrum, Infrastructure as Code, Continuous Integration, and Continuous Deployment, to name just a few, can do and how these organizations can adopt all of these elements and more to their enterprises.

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