Journey to Containers – Part II

This is second part and continuation of the first article “Journey to Containers – Part I.” Please make sure you read Part I to correlate what we are going to do in Part II.

In this section, we are going to package the Python application from Part I inside a Docker image and then run the application as a container in a standalone Docker environment.

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Comparing Windows and Linux SQL Containers

By several measures, Windows SQL Server containers offer better enterprise support than Linux MySQL or Postgres containers. SQL Server containers provide more backward compatibility, and support for existing apps, storage arrays, and infrastructure.

Windocks has evolved as an independent port of Docker’s open source project to include database cloning, a web UI, secrets store, and other capabilities. These capabilities are customer driven, and seem to diverge from Linux mainstream development. This article takes looks at the capabilities being driven by Windows customers. Full disclosure, I am a principal of Windocks, and this article focuses on the Windows-based SQL Server containers provided by Windocks.

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