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DockerCon 2019

277351 - Persisting State for Windows Workloads in Kubernetes

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Session Description

The Docker Enterprise Platform is still the only generally available and supported way to run containerized Windows workloads and many real world Windows applications need to persist state. While several interfaces exist for managing persistent storage requirements of Linux workloads, Windows nodes and workloads have a more limited number of options today. And as Docker gets ready to add support for Windows workloads in Kubernetes through UCP, platform architects, operators and storage vendors need to be aware of the enhancements necessary to manage persistent storage for Windows workloads. This talk will go over a quick overview of the interfaces available for persistent storage for Linux workloads and delve into how to adapt them for Windows workloads.


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Using Docker for IT Infra & Ops
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40 minutes
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