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Docker launches Windows Server application migration program

2 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

Containerization enables organizations to both modernize existing applications and adopt new technologies based on business requirements. But the process of migrating older systems can be daunting. Popular container platform Docker is addressing this with the launch of a new Windows Server application migration program. This is designed to allow businesses to migrate and modernize their legacy Windows Server applications in advance of the end-of-support deadline for Microsoft Windows Server 2008. It's made up of of Docker Enterprise 2.1, the latest release of the container platform, and a...
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